Scoot sentence example

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  • Scoot closer, and we can cuddle for warmth.

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  • Take them up on the chair lifts and then freewheel and scoot down the tracks and trails back to the village.

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  • Wait for the fullback to run out and pick up his block, then scoot behind him and cut the play up the sideline.

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  • I think I need to scoot down to the Fiat dealer for a look.

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  • Selphie tried to scoot away on the sand, scared of the immense darkness.

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  • At this point the jury suddenly returned and he had to scoot back up for the verdict (of not guilty).

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  • They are also able to sit on small wheeled toys and scoot along, or push trucks and trolleys.

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  • Remember to scoot over to End of an Error site for clips of the upcoming album of the same name !

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  • Scoot down the aisles in my shopping trolley, I could go for miles in my shopping trolley.

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  • Monday was a quick scoot round before heading home on the Eurostar.

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  • The temptation is to scoot off the curb at speed in a bid to beat the traffic.

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  • He also waited with me as Diane turned up and had a swift scoot around the church too.

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  • At any time of year, a quick scoot around JJB Sports will yield at least some England football-related merchandise.

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  • That gives you the chance to scoot round asking whoever will talk to you.

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  • Little ones quickly learn how to crawl, scoot and walk, which makes good skin care that much more important.

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  • It's dark out, as black as Winston here, and we drop 'em and scoot.

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  • In other words, many rockers, especially the wooden and wicker versions, don't stay in one place, requiring the user to constantly scoot the rocker back to its original position on the floor.

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  • You can pick up a lot from these videos, especially the moves that are common to more than one dance like the "scoot" or the "grapevine."

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  • This way, they can't scoot into other rooms and you don't lose them under furniture, causing a full hamster hunt.

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