"She's coughing and gagging," Carmen defended.
"Right now, I'm thinking of gagging you," he snapped.
She whirled and sprayed him with the perfume, wildly aiming for his face and almost gagging at the scent.
She made a choking, gagging motion at her throat in answer to Donnie's written question.
unworldly innocence, they're all secretly gagging for it?
Lisa rolled over, coughing and gagging, unable to get enough breath at a time to fill her lungs.
Grass tickled her hands, a chilled wind nipped her neck, and the scents from her vision intensified until she was near gagging.
This is built into the Bill's structure and emphasized in the important new controls on gagging clauses.
gagging clauses ' on their staff.
gagging order placed on these pages, some of the excuses can't be printed.
Jensen and Freke are gagging for their first outright wins.
18, 1904); but the opposition, to which the National party had attached itself, denounced it as " a gagging order " inspired at Vienna, and shouted it down so vehemently that 'no debate could be held; whereupon the president declared the bill carried and adjourned the House till the 13th of December 1904.
Could it be that, beneath their veneer of unworldly innocence, they 're all secretly gagging for it?
Vomiting, gagging or coughing - Some cats vomit after they have eaten grass.
For the most part, any pet that contracts this virus will have to endure the hacking cough, runny nose and gagging until the respiratory infection runs its course.
The swabbing procedure may cause gagging but is not painful.
Many babies with fragile X syndrome may have trouble with sucking, and some experience digestive disorders that cause frequent gagging and vomiting.
The procedure takes only a few seconds but may cause gagging.
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