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government gazette of Thailand, (vol 125, pt 144 D, special issue). pp. 3. UPI, upi.com, Bangkok state of emergency lifted Wall Street Journal, Thai Police Arrest Another Leader Of Protest as Crackdown Continues Wannabovorn, Sutin (2008-08-28).

New York Times. November 4, 1986. Pro, Johnna
fool' and has given rise to the dialect word gawk' meaning both fool' and cuckoo'.

Three of us had bought a bunch of bananas and were eating them when a couple of urchins came around to gawk at us and scrounge whatever they could.

A fest that plans to round up redheads inside a fence so people can gawk and take pictures-sign us up.

But I was unnerved when the women swiveled their heads to gawk at me.

Cars are driving slowly to gawk at the devastated storefront.

Everywhere he goes, people gawk at the fascinating vehicle.

For museum officials, the trick is to keep the site's popularity from going in reverse now that visitors can't gawk at the sinkhole.

If you're a real estate buff or house hunter, there's no shortage of beautiful homes to gawk at as you drive along the ocean-front golf cart path.

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