It never occurred to him to pat me down for weapons.
Anyone who tried to pat him down tonight was in for a surprise, and no mistake.
He found both guns, then patted me down a second time.
He stepped up and made ready to pat me down.
Without a thought to what she was doing, Michael patted down her hair.
He didn't pat down the front center of my body.
It took her a long time to pat down the noise.
Two of the young soldiers patted him down at the door.
Stone stood up and allowed himself to be patted down.
The officer said he patted him down, then called for help.
Enthusiastic as a child he rooted through one of the cases.
Is China really prepared to begin rooting through its past?
They were rooted to the table's foot until two-thirds of the way through the season.
I have rooted for this team through thick and thin.
He'd rooted through his own family's storage areas often enough, and knew what kinds of things were kept there.
So what makes people fly across the country to root through someone else's lost baggage?
"I know you're not rooting through my thought processes, but it looks like you are."
He said nothing, but turned to root through the cupboards again.
Once in a while, though, I do root through rubbish.
He pulled a file from a stack and rooted through it.
When I returned to the car, my new friend was rooting around in her bag.
Okay, rooting around in old police files would have to wait.
Out here in the dark, he didn't feel like rooting around for it.
She stopped and rooted around in one of her belt pouches.
He opened drawers in his workstation, began to root around.
Next is his evidence - it's all there, but the reader has to root around for it.
His father continued to root around in the garden, looking for weeds, ignoring Harry.
He opened the refrigerator door and began to root around in it.
Even that fat American who kept rooting around in his nose.
And just how many are we to root around in?