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PROWL

[prau̇l]
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1.15 HUNTERVIEW, 1.45 YA I KNOW, 2.20 CARRICKMINES, 2.55 GANSEY, 3.30 MY FRIEND SANDY, 4.00 NOUN DE LA THINTE, 4.40 LION ON THE PROWL
Young students moving into private accommodation for the first time are considered rich pickings for crooks on the prowl in areas such as Selly Oak.
Geraint Moon, 21, revealed how Bryce-Stafford would prowl the army base late at night preying on subordinates in Kosovo.
Emmerdale (ITV): Steph is on the prowl in an attempt to trap a man and goes on a hunt.
PROWL (Professional Women at Lunch) was set up two years ago by Chester accountants all woods with the aim of allowing female professionals and business movers and shakers to develop links with like-minded people.
SENIOR police are warning householders that a serial thief may be on the prowl in parts of Coventry.
His character, Joe, an East Village junkie on the prowl for his next fix of heroin, is so blotto from mainlining he can barely utter "pass the needle," let alone poke the women hankering to get into his pants.
Jonathan Penner has been out of the construction biz for the last few months and on the prowl for properties, but "with the guidance of The Man," dad Arnold Penner.
FELINE TIRED: Jade finds herself a lounger to have a cat-nap on; GOT THE CREAM: Jade rubs lotion on Dan; ON THE PROWL: Jade, in her leopard print thong, looks for her towel; SPOTTED: Cheeky Jagger junior prowls along the Ibiza beach; WEDDING PLAN: Dan; GLAMOUR PUSS: Jade is dressed to impress
CHEEKY soap stars Sammy Winward and Julia Mallam were on the prowl for men in kilts yesterday.
LIONESSES with cubs were on the prowl in Southport when two former English Rugby Union internationals conducted a coaching session with students from Stanley and Range High School!
On many subjects, Malveaux and Perry simply prowl around the other's position as opposed to taking each other on.