A young guy poked his head around a corner and asked what we wanted.
She did, and I poked around the office a bit.
No hands poked around the small crack in the door.
She couldn't, because then her mother would know she'd been poking around the office.
She poked her head around the corner to take a look.
Your father did a lot of poking around last night.
I'm going back to the crime scene, do some poking around the hotel.
"And I also get the opportunity of poking around your house while you're changing."
But you know, I still see him poking around the place once in a while.
They simply don't like the idea of a woman poking around the cells.
She said nothing, but began poking about in the bag of snacks.
With so many people around, no one would notice another worker poking about.
But this was not the time or place for personal poking about into the past.
He poked about, opened them up - and there I was.
Could not stand the thought of poking about, looking for missing bits.
They all watched from above as he poked about in front of the cave for a few minutes.
On my second day at the lodge, I make a point of poking about.
Poking about and finding the body the way she did.
I just leave them there so as to know if anyone's been poking about.
"And you'll never guess who I caught poking about in my files."
Kendi poked about the living room, but saw nothing that caught his eye.
She wished she had the time, and the right, to poke about a bit.
He poked about a while and then came back into the foyer.
"No one told you to go poking about the town asking questions about me."
The beach was named for English explorers who poked around there about 1700.
I'm told his men were poking about the villages recently.
"I thought you might be a reporter or something, poking about the place like that."
Sandy poked about the barn occasionally and he didn't want her to see that.
But of course it would be, since her days were free and she spent them poking about the city.
When companies are not poking around about one another, they always have us.
She removed her hat and fished around in the point.
He leaned back and fished around in his pocket with two big fingers, bringing out a small piece of paper.
He gave me a funny little grin and fished around in his legless lap for something.
He fished around with a large ring until he found the right key.
Phil turned and fished around on the floor of the tent for the shorts he had so recently shucked off.
"Somewhere along the line you've found yourself an enemy who doesn't want you fishing around in his territory."
How'd you like me fishing around in your arm for that?
Instead, he fished around on the floor for a bottle that wasn't empty, wishing Reggie would leave him be.
I don't think someone was fishing around on the site looking for it.
Ross fished around with the scope, looking frantically for his target, but nothing would stay still.