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The stock price peaked at $32.
This had peaked her curiosity.
I pushed it slowly as I peaked in.
The others looked similarly peaked.
He cautiously peaked around the shack.
Their anger peaked when they heard it.
What? he asked, attention peaked.

Those peaked breasts with tender pink.
They stopped by a big, peaked troop tent.
By now, the booze in my system had peaked.
I knew her blood pressure had peaked again.
Gary studied her eyes; his attention peaked.
The pain peaked, as her passion had peaked.
Her eyes drooped and her cheeks were peaked.
The death rate in the gulags peaked in 1942-3.
New Trader showed up just as the sun peaked out.
The silver ball peaked in its flight and stopped.
He set off, scared and peaked, to help his wife.
The stock peaked at $25 and change (see Figure 4.
A wave peaked up and he turned and paddled for it.
I took a few steps back and peaked around the corner.
As best he could, he snuck to the door and peaked out.
As expected, the crowd peaked during the Doberman set.
Government spending peaked just under 53% of GDP in 1945.
The price rose so rapidly and peaked with the bear harami.
Corporation’s accounting earnings per share peaked at $2.
Its average daily inmate population peaked in 2003 at 14,533.
Danny imagined Alsatians in black trousers, jackets and peaked.
He peaked out, shading his eyes from the blinding afternoon sun.
In early February, the Aam Aadmi Party’s popularity had peaked.
A tiny bit of tight curly gray hair peaked out from under his hat.
Questioning? June’s confusion peaked to the point of anger.
Though that was not uncommon, it peaked his interest none the less.
He heaves his booty, tugs askew his peaked cap and hobbles off mutely.
Nooo! she screamed as the terror peaked, and then all grew quiet.
The visitor was dressed in a light green tunic and a black, peaked cap.
She peaked just to make sure and found Victor standing behind the tree.
The stock price peaked on July 1999 at $40 per share but dropped to $16.
The sun’s pink rays peaked over the mountain and I dialed Tim’s mobile.
As she peaked through the slots, she could see a festival like atmosphere.
I heard it’s peaking there, she smiled.
Yeah, he said while peaking out the back window.
Both her mom and dad walked in, with Courtney peaking in.
Unfortunately, that consumption trend is far from peaking.
I think it’s peaking over there, too! she replied.
Notice that as natural gas prices were peaking (see Figure 12.
Pete was peaking away at the computer keyboard as the officer.
There’s a lot of peaking going on around here, he laughed.
The boy’s testosterone levels were peaking without consciously knowing it.
She crept up close to the opening and saw Nora’s familiar old face peaking in.
They looked like sticks peaking out of the diaper – which was miles too big for her.
She could have sworn she saw a yellow eye peaking through the tiny slit where the curtains met in the middle.
The giant wolf accompanying the two women paced uneasily around them, its protective instincts peaking hyperactively.
I sat myself on a small brick fence around the garden, and stared at the moss which was peaking through the cracks in the concrete.
We had crossed the Litian River without incident in the night, but now the first rays of sunlight were peaking into the morning sky.
Dispersion among forecasters in inflation surveys is a third candidate; it too has varied with inflation level, peaking in the 1970s.
Grays? Not quite pet, not quite wild? Nuluv asked peaking with excitement, eagerly anticipating the opening of the mystery package.
To assure your anonymity you hide near 1 of the large gaseous outer planets, just barely peaking around it so you can see what’s going on.
As they drove off in search of maple syrup shortly before noon, Joseph pointed excitedly to the right, I think it’s peaking on that hill.
It is ironic that when retail natural gas demand is peaking in the December to February time frame, futures prices often are near yearly lows.
His enthusiasm was peaking and I had a feeling selling the shirt was going to be difficult for Louie because he seemed to be growing attached to it.
First, when used as a fin for progression; Second, when used as a mace in battle; Third, in sweeping; Fourth, in lobtailing; Fifth, in peaking flukes.
The ex ante real estate risk premium over the 10-year Treasury averaged 4% over 42 years, peaking at 8% in 1980 and troughing at 2% in 1984 and then again at 2.
Excepting the sublime BREACH—somewhere else to be described—this peaking of the whale's flukes is perhaps the grandest sight to be seen in all animated nature.
Why was it that when we viewed our memories it was always from an outside angle? As if you were peaking over the edge of a high wall into the garden of your own past.
The Dow is now in its tenth year of consolidation after peaking in 1999; since that time the index has moved sideways with furious moves to both the upside and downside.
From 1954 to 1963, much of America’s surplus grain was exported to poor countries under the USAID program, peaking at 17 million metric tons in the 1965-1966 growing season.
Assets allocated to HFs grew quickly in the 2000s, peaking above $2 trillion in early 2008 and then falling by nearly half over a year of losses and redemptions, before rebounding again.
She could see a few of what were presumably the gray tops of the very tall, elaborate headstones that belonged to the once wealthy and prominent peaking above the surface of the snow, but that was it.
During their travels, they would be up close and personal with the Himalayan mountain range and even Mount Everest! Peaking above the other mountains, Mount Everest stood like a glistening silver triangle to their left.
The orderly old wilderness would split for a huge slab of rock down whose face tumbled a falls, and here, in the light, on the sun-bleached rock, with the breaking water in his ears and the ozone of peaking vegetation in his nose, he was granted what he’d hoped for those first days after his arrival: he was no one, with no past and no future, nothing beyond the now and now and now of the white water surging into the clear.
Hot Spot where it peaks.
From the peaks of the.
The peaks of glory to attain.
The peaks were not spectacular.
The mighty peaks of the Bernese.
I estimated the twin peaks to be.
The highest peaks were snow covered.
The velocity peaks and he launches.
Whip egg whites until they form peaks.
Three Peaks and a Domed House, 39.
There are still higher peaks to conquer.
Ye crags and peaks I'm with you once again.
This is the Three Peaks example in Figure 6.
Meanwhile, beat egg whites to stiff peaks.
Its eastern peaks rise to over 8860 feet; Mt.
Upper Street, two lurid green peaks above the.
For one instant I could see their lofty peaks.
The sun had risen over the white Himelian peaks.
Although the walls of the mountain peaks were.
Majestic mountain peaks loomed far to the north.
They sit on the roof peaks shoulder to shoulder.
Wallis Norton, Norton House, Peaks Hill, Purley.
The snowpack is already heavy on the high peaks.
Behind them higher peaks could just be discerned.
Beat egg whites until soft peaks begin to form.
Beyond those peaks the range bends round south-west.
But the pitch-dark mountain peaks emitted no sound.
Blue snow-capped peaks riding walls of jagged rock.
Mountain peaks ran in all directions, the highest.
All around it are the endless peaks of the Rockies.
As I walked, I didn’t think of those snowy peaks.
Land of the ocean shores! land of sierras and peaks!.
A set of peaks (3) that is observed with an onset of.
Peaks and valleys and forests and towns into infinity.
Pia Peaks, Linda Lovejoy, Debby Dazzle, I love you all.
The scanners no longer recorded suspicious energy peaks.
The sun lit up the sky behind the peaks of the Cordillera.
As the sun sank behind the mountain peaks it immediately.
Dawn was still white on the peaks when Conan rode westward.
There was nothing but black water and its white peaks below.

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Walt stood at the peak of the.
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The year 1980 also saw a peak U.
What’s the deal with peak oil?
His wadded coat and cap with peak.
By midday they stood on the peak.
That is because the peak head is.
I couldn’t help but peak at them.
He was already aroused to the peak.
It’s too far to reach the peak.
I felt the tension reached its peak.
Blueberries usually hit the peak of.
Notice that the peak of a mountain or.
For one, the thinking process is a peak.
It crashed today 9% from peak to close.
The cream is done when it holds a peak.
If you had climbed the peak but have no.
The quality of your craft is at its peak.
In Model 2, Peak Three is the lowest peak.
Jesus took me to a very high mountain peak.
When flowers are in peak they always look.
She was at the peak of her age and lovely.
Well, it is the highest peak in Vermont.
On the 21st you begin a yearly career peak.
He told of seeing a peak on the mountains.
On the 20th you enter a yearly social peak.