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You never know, with all the crooks around these days.
The old woman took up the crook of her office.
Out of my experience I should say he was the big crook.
The crooks had made good use of their head start.
Every other man might be a crook, for all they knew.
The kind of work they were doing for him made them know he was a crook.
If everything else was set, I wouldn't want to see the thing go crook because of the money.
The question has always been: What kind of crooks are they?
There were two ways in which the crook might be found.
To think that I brought the little crook to live with you.
"Are you sure they were the only crooks with the show?"
You can take my word that I'm not a crook.
He turned back to the wall to face the two crooks.
All that either crook could see was a figure coming at him.
"You never can tell why some of these crooks act the way they do."
His children asked to stay home from school because teachers told them that their father was a crook, he said.
She turned her head in the crook of his arm.
Some local crooks even tried to get in on the action.
I may be a crook but I'm not a criminal.
But there was a very specific kind of crook I wanted.
"Only a crook like you would think me likely to do that."
Not when I'm up against a couple of crooks like this.
She took one last look right, left and behind, then raised her crook.
"For a while there you were one of the crooks."
He put it again in the crook of his left arm.
Especially if he were a bit crooked to start with.
There was coming and going in the crooked street now.
On their crooked run through the city they saw only one other Boy.
How would he even know about a person like me, the white little crooked girl as I was called?
The car was now coming in along the crooked drive.
His smile was a little crooked, but looked real enough.
And they all lived together in a little crooked house.
He looked up then, and gave me a crooked smile.
An offer of easy money if he would play a crooked game.
It's far from being the only thing in that building that's crooked!
He walked right up to the crooked man and said something to him.
Or getting a line on some other crooked deal the three of them have pulled.
"I just can't believe he would get involved in anything this crooked."
His smile went just a bit crooked at the thought.
At first she and Dan thought each other were crooked.
He had my crooked smile, up a little higher on one side.
The large map on the table was a little crooked.
Those crooked streets around his place are made to order for us.
The short cut has gone crooked already; but we got under cover only just in time.
He won't have time to set up anything with anybody if he's crooked.
It's not a story of clean guys who were really crooked.
The second and third attempts were better al though their line was still a bit crooked.
And what Pete says does make a crooked sort of sense.
He looks at the crooked hand still suspended in the air.
The paper was in crooked, but that couldn't be helped.
She was crooking her fingers at the first guard as the others came up.
He had dropped the gun, was crooking his hands like claws.
Again he looked at her, a tiny smile crooking one corner of his mouth.
"Come here," he said, crooking his finger to call her.
He turned away, crooking a finger as he did so.
It raised one hand high overhead, crooking the wrist to the left.
The man at the phone started to turn around, crooking the phone between his ear and shoulder.
This is the literary equivalent of crooking your little finger when you drink tea.
But suddenly there he was again, standing a few feet from our booth, smiling and crooking his finger at me.
But suddenly he stopped and looked back one last time, the corner of his lips crooking up into a fond smile.
He gestured to her with his index finger, crooking it to indicate she was to come toward him.
"Move out," Chakotay said, crooking a thumb over his shoulder.
Riker demanded, crooking a thumb over his shoulder, toward the window.
Crooking a finger, she tapped experimentally, and caught her breath.
She was not a naturally short woman, but age had made her so by crooking her body into a nearly perfect question mark.
She strode into her workshop, crooking a finger at Briar.
"Come with me," the man said, crooking his finger.
Crooking a finger under her chin, he lifted her face to the light.
Johnny leaned back, crooking one arm over the back of the chair.
He blushed a little at the compliment, his mouth crooking up on one side, then slipped out the door.
The commander stood up and leaned forward, crooking his finger at Jayme.
She was crooking her finger around a cup of Earl Grey.
A jubilant grin still kept crooking up the comer of his mouth.
He opened the door and, crooking his finger, beckoned to Lipa.
Could settle the deadliest quarrel in the country by crooking his little finger.
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