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They seem to be gnawing holes through the walls and sneaking in under our secondary coop.
Pets are not allowed, and the hotel will charge guests found sneaking in pets.
Inclement weather has a way of sneaking up on your when you are traveling in the backcountry.
He was clearly neglected, so she started sneaking him food.
The whole family will have fun while sneaking in some great learning.
But the millions who risk their lives sneaking across the desert are motivated by something deeper than a wage.
Many of the houses in the area even had a turnstile as an entry to keep the curious horses from sneaking in for a snack.
The new business proved more lucrative than sneaking cyanide to the coral reefs.
All three enjoy sneaking about and defying their parents, especially when it comes to drinking liquor.
But there they are, sneaking their gifts into the crevices of change.
Lila follows the instructions, sneaking off during the night, but leaves a goodbye note for the reverend.
The big failure here was sneaking the announcement in, rather than being open about it.
There you go again, sneaking in a poorly disguised political rant as a scientific article.
In fact, we've got a sneaking suspicion that the flacks have no idea who are, or why they're pitching us.
The waiter didn't seem to mind: it was a slow summer-holiday night, and he and his colleagues had been sneaking tequila shots.
The anti-fur people were sneaking in at night and shaving the minks.
In the past, you would have organized-crime groups sneaking in to steal money, and you would hear about it weeks or months later.
It's an intriguing way of sneaking cheat notes into a proctored exam anyway.
It used to be that marrying away from home meant sneaking off to elope.
It's not about the guy sneaking across the border to come work as a day laborer to support his family.
No previous successful attempt of someone sneaking into her house from the lake has ever been reported.
Sometimes they would arrive in the middle of the night, almost as if they were sneaking back.
People who cannot afford such barriers have to put up with the government sneaking around at night.
Watch out: the alternative minimum tax is sneaking up on you.
Li spent the past two months sneaking a pedicab into the city and, for the first time, competing with city dwellers for customers.
Imagine how totally cool you would be sneaking the best part of fried chicken into everything.
It was clearly someone who had been sneaking around in his vineyard, and for quite some time, to produce such a detailed sketch.
Check packaging and goods to ensure no pests are sneaking in.
Some blamed the blaze on a couple of neighborhood boys who were near the barn sneaking cigarettes.
Night after night they see news images of people sneaking across the border in the dark of night.
Winters in the north can be especially bad with snow storms sneaking in before anyone is ready.
So he's not surprised to see a flock of wild turkeys sneaking about on an autumn day or white-tailed deer tracks in a pasture.
As dawn approached, the game warden could see the hunter sneaking toward a small rise.
Then the straw fills with water that is standing still, and air sneaking thru still water moves way too slow.
And instead of sneaking up on his enemies using stealth tactics, he sneaks away from them.

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