Stumbles sentence examples

  • browsel one day, browsing in a second-hand bookshop, Louise stumbles over a faded hardback.

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  • In search of the little critter, Sawyer stumbles across Hurley doing what he does best.

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  • The increasingly demented scientist murders anyone who stumbles on the truth.

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  • pulls into a secluded driveway and stumbles on a mansion exuding a dilapidated grandeur.

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  • stumbles on the truth.

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  • stumbles at both hurdles.

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  • When Pat suddenly stumbles on a disused manhole behind a washing machine, she is hopeful she has found a solution.

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  • underrepresented in this database, with only one 428 node track compared to these tentative stumbles that we have made.

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  • A teenage hacker stumbles across a file, which proves a hacker within a large corporation is siphoning money into a secret bank account.

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  • Questioning Charlie 's grip on sanity, Vincent dismisses the boy 's ranting, until he himself stumbles on the truth.

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  • And I fear that this new production of Oden von Horvath 's 1931 melodrama stumbles at both hurdles.

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  • London is as yet underrepresented in this database, with only one 428 node track compared to these tentative stumbles that we have made.

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  • He stumbles onto a beach area to see scores of injured & traumatized survivors within the burning wreckage of a plane crash.

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  • Unless Sony really stumbles out of the gate, this one's a draw.

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  • Homer stumbles through life as a crude, clumsy, lazy, overeating character who is extremely loyal to and protective of his family.

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  • In some instances, these other-worldly creatures can be downright nasty, placing curses on passerby who inadvertently stumbles into their domain.

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  • Our hero Mad Max, wandering the outback with his dog, stumbles across such an outpost.

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  • However, unless you remember to make your tweets private in general on Twitter, whenever you do publish your check-ins, everyone who stumbles across your account will be able to see where you are (or aren't!) in real time.

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  • Or, if an old friend stumbles across one of your sites, he might be more inclined to make contact by leaving a casual message on your guestbook instead of sending you an email.

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