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use "swoon" in a sentence

His fast-break alertness makes him the most empathetic of teen idols; he's like a David Cassidy who knows how to act, and who can swoon without getting too moist about it.

The scene also shows the grandfather's dance move "the Irish swoon" which is described to Angus
operative before they can finish blinking or dodge the trajectory of incoming bullets.

Nevertheless users are encouraged to swipe the card to receive a system message that the returned bike has been correctly recognized as the small red light sometimes give erroneous signals.

Sarkar scored another half-century in Bangladesh's second innings before succumbing to a 'wild swipe' off MacGill.

Note: Early packaging of Side swipe spelled his name without a space, but it was later added.

This technique can be combined with the "master swipe" from tricking to add more spin and make the move more aesthetic.

While Michael searched for the room, G.O.B. took Franklin back to the hospital to swipe some more talking magazines.

His only attack is a sword swipe, but he can teleport if hit.

During the first stages of deployment, if a fraudulent magnetic swipe card transaction was deemed to have occurred, the retailer was refunded by the issuing bank, as was the case prior to the introduction of Chip and PIN.

He will go as far at to swipe anything that isn't nailed down.

In March 2001, the United States Postal Service authorized Neopost Online and Northrop Grumman Corporation to test a self-service stamp vending system that allows the consumer to select a purchase and swipe a credit card to order.

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