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... Then, he finds himself in a hotel room and then on a stage where he raps ... At the end of his performance on the stage, he finds his daughter has followed him and tells him of the divorce ... He then finds himself back at home playing with his daughters on the swing ...
... proven a fertile ground for archaeological digs, with finds from various historical and prehistorical eras ... Through the years, several archaeological finds were made which testify to prehistoric occupants ... hunters of the so-called Ahrensburg culture placed their tents, the finds on the Geldrops grounds included, among other things, two toes with engraving ...
... At school she fares no better when she finds out that a completed "sex quiz," which she tried to surreptitiously slip to her friend, never reached her ... senior dance that night and, to Sam's amazement, it takes "The Donger" only five minutes to find an unlikely girlfriend — the tallish, large-breasted jock, Marlene, nicknamed "Lumberja ... peepshow of Sam's panties, which Sam finds out about the next day), Ted and his equally unwelcome geeky friends, Cliff and Bryce (John Cusack), go to the senior dance after-party ...
... of Macomber) battles a monster blue marlin, and finds something besides pain ... A hapless crew of Irish trucking hijackers finds themselves with an odiferous load of rose fertilizer instead of fine brandy ... Money with Menaces A milquetoast senior insurance company officer finds himself being neatly blackmailed for the first sexual misadventure of his life ...
... Jackie finds it in a Mexican temple ... Jackie finds it in a Mexican temple ... Jackie finds it in a Mexican village, being used by El Toro ...
Famous quotes containing the word finds:
“When lovely woman stoops to folly,
And finds too late that men betray,
What charm can soothe her melancholy,
What art can wash her guilt away?”
—Oliver Goldsmith (17281774)
“Memory is a net; one finds it full of fish when he takes it from the brook; but a dozen miles of water have run through it without sticking.”
—Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (18091894)
“The sense of death is most in apprehension,
And the poor beetle that we tread upon
In corporal sufferance finds a pang as great
As when a giant dies.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)