Shoot-out sentence example

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  • They detect their prey by movement and have a long sticky tongue which can shoot out to grab the prey.

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  • And the action continues, if not at so frenetic a pace, but still with a great shoot-out at the end.

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  • Alas a last-lap shoot-out was denied spectators, red flags coming out to bring proceedings to a premature halt.

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  • Two years ago they left the Welsh capital heartbroken following their penalty shoot-out defeat by Birmingham in the play-off final.

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  • Argentinian referee Horacio Elizondo red carded Zidane, despite missing the incident which has overshadowed Italy's penalty shoot-out triumph.

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  • Germany haven't lost a shoot-out since 1976 - when they got past Argentina in their quarter-final shootout last week, nobody missed.

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  • This Fungus stimulates the main twig to shoot out more twigs than usual; the mycelium then enters each incipient twig and stimulates it to a repetition of the process, and so in the course of years large broom-like tufts result, often markedly different from the normal.

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  • Argentinian referee Horacio Elizondo red carded Zidane, despite missing the incident which has overshadowed Italy 's penalty shoot-out triumph.

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  • Germany have n't lost a shoot-out since 1976 - when they got past Argentina in their quarter-final shootout last week, nobody missed.

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  • March 2006 - Arrested in Florida for his alleged involvement in a shoot-out and charged with two counts of carrying an unregistered concealed weapon.

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  • The golden rule of not meddling over-much applies distinctly to the Spanish Iris, as the new roots begin to shoot out almost before the old stalk has withered, and the bulb must not be kept out of the ground.

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  • The quickest way to become a household name is to win a shoot-out, a battle of who is the quickest gun in the town.

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  • After a shoot-out at a chemical plant between the police and a band of thugs working for a local organized crime ring, Jack Napier, having fallen into a vat of chemicals, is transformed into the Joker.

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