He'd started on the access hatch, but found it nearly impossible to pry open and tried to find something easier.
When she looked up from the brandy, her eyes were pried wide open by a memory.
Now the question is whether those wallets can be pried open.
A crate in the center of the room had been pried open.
The stone door was pried open to give access to the rear room of the grave.
Two minutes later, they had the door pried open.
They could be pried open, however, if enough pressure was applied.
The door to the apartment was locked and had to be pried open, the police said.
Doesn't look like the lock was pried open or anything, but she went into the drawer this morning, no money.
I found a window in the basement that has been pried open.
Pry open the medicine cabinet door and then just knock a bunch of stuff out into the basin.
You can pry open a shell and taste the place.
"So then, let's cook up a little preliminary strat- egy on how you pry open a bug hive, shall we?"
As she gathered up her gear, I picked the words that would, I hoped, pry open a closed mind.
An answer to exonerate Bonds could pry open a Pandora's box for baseball.
Opposition politicians have used their growing powers to pry open some long-secret Government files.
To let them go in and pry open a couple hundred boxes and then just back out.
The operator can pry open a small drive bay-sized enclosure and reveal an LCD panel with hexadecimal digits as follows:
Allan Houston is not one to get a speeding ticket, cut in line at the grocery store or pry open a closing subway door.
"How about if you pry open a window so I can have a cigarette?"