He told me to pop in any time I started feeling mean.
I think she should have done a color that would pop in a better way.
Popping in once a week on your way home from work?
We'd pop in any time, and I have been to stay with her.
Another window popped open in the middle of the room.
He started, then stopped, because something else had suddenly popped in his mind.
Those last three words pop up often in his conversation.
"Everyone here feels like the city is going to pop in five years."
Otherwise, you might as well pop in a video and not leave the house.
With just a minute gone, he popped in a 3-point shot.
Since the beginning of 2003, his performance has taken a significant leap.
The film then takes a 20-year leap forward in time.
Before one can so much as wonder, she takes a high leap into the air.
"That's taken a significant leap in the last few months and especially after the election."
In the third, it took a leap that even now we do not understand.
"Sometimes you just take a leap of faith to understand the world we live in," she said.
"He has got to have everyone take a leap of faith toward high standards."
If anyone else asked me to do this, I'd tell them to go take a flying leap.
Sometimes there wasn't time to do anything else but take a flying leap.
"I think she wants you to take a flying leap."
A head popped over the top of the building, looking down at her.
How about you pop over there and give the residents the good news?
You pop in on people all over the country, really quick visits.
The ball wasn't popping loose all over the place on its own.
I've done it twice, although will be too far away to pop over this year, so have a beer for me if you're going.
I had just sat up when a head popped into view over me, vague in the shadows.
Popped over a girl so that she can be carried off unseen?
She just needed to pop over there for some focaccia.
Just the thing to pop over a guy's head and choke him unconscious.
Going out through the surf can be quite difficult, as athletes must use their weight to 'pop' over each wave.
The kitchen opens all day long, so you can pop by any time hunger strikes.
Those balls didn't just pop out of opponents' hands by themselves.
She smiled and popped into a powder room by the door.
Perhaps you should pop by this luxury women's clothing store, a classic in Barcelona since 1940.
On my way over to Stacey's, I popped by the office to make sure all was in order.
If some- one popped a cap by accident, there would be hell to pay, with Vinnie in the middle of it.
It finally popped back in place by itself, but the pain was incredible.
Here is another situation: on a tour you pop into two classrooms, side by side.
I wouldn't be surprised to see them pop out of the bush somewhere tomorrow, perhaps by the airport.
I'm planning to pop by the office later with an update for the files.
"I'm heading home this afternoon," he said, popping his head around the kitchen door.
Banks's mother popped her head around the kitchen door.
Clayton said they popped a rape-o around the same time.
I was saved from answering that because Larry popped his head around the door.
Eyes popped open around the group, and some carrier-wave was broken.
At once a servant popped his head around the door.
Dean came popping around the corner and met us just on time.
At that moment Will popped his head around the corner.
Ben popped around a corner, smiled at David's appearance, then extended both hands.