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flinch

a card game in which players build sequences
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But I don't know why I flinched with my new partner, as he's never hurt me in any way at all.
So we filmed this shot of the explosion and I remember thinking back then if they told me I could stand 15 feet away from a car while it explodes in a music video, I wouldn't have flinched.
Talking to a private TV channel he stated that history of MQM witness to the fact that MQM never flinched and resolved that MQM was committed to defend itself against the cases disclosed under NRO.
Cindy Kimmick of Sylmar, who helped demonstrate the operation of the muskets, said the students flinched at the noise, but seemed to like the realism.
Nita has never flinched, earning the respect of all, and today still works tirelessly to see the funds are used appropriately.
For reasons that he alone can explain, Patrick Buchanan flinched from presenting that fact to the readers of The Death of the West.
In 1988, one flinched at a safe distance from Corner Basher; as ball and chain whipped into ruin the corner of a room, it would have been alarming to hear Larner murmur, as she did recently, "People have dealt with the wall, or the floor, but where two walls meet is a really beautiful, poetic space.