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You never know when a football is going to whiz by your head."
I wonder how many cars must whiz by on the highway without ever thinking of taking this turn.
It is dizzying to look down and watch the rocks whiz by.
"More now than ever, people will whiz by your commercials if you don't keep them entertained," he said.
At the foot of the mountain there was a railroad, and the children watched the trains whiz by.
Traffic continued to whiz by and television helicopters circled overhead.
Leaning against a fence in the square, watching the cars whiz by, two friends were chatting.
"Magic in the Water" lets such details whiz by.
Time doesn't whiz by any more quickly, unfortunately, when you're sitting in a theater, contemplating this spectacle.
But it is remarkable how they whiz by.
My youngest brother, Wally, was a baby then, set up in a crib and watching the cars whiz by.
He kept hearing monsters whiz by above him.
And as much as losing grand finalists want time to whiz by, it generally doesn't.
Roarke watched the codes whiz by, noted the progress.
Idle waitresses squat outside, watching our car whiz by.
As they whiz by, they accumulate meaning, and comment on the way history is made of such swirling images.
ANY skier who has ever seen a tot whiz by knows that children can learn to ski.
At one point in the film, a group of boys are watching the trains whiz by and one boy says: "That one was all right."
Believe me, I felt that bullet whiz by my ear closer than I liked.
Over the heads of a standing audience, performers swoop on long tethers, yelling as they whiz by.
It is a faith the Vatican, which I whiz by often, might respect for its strength, if not its source.
That helps attract bigger crowds, allowing them to watch riders pass several times, rather than see them whiz by only once.
“Rob knew this scene needed to whiz by, this one needed a few extra beats,” he said.
As he plummeted down, he felt the bullet whiz by so close he could feel the disturbance in the air.
The rest just seem to whiz by, and it's hard for people to read the sponsorship banners pasted on the sides and front.
The first set had whizzed by in just 24 minutes.
Cars whizzed by just a few feet from the bed.
You might also see him whizzing by at top speed.
Traffic whizzed by on either side of them, east and west.
And her eyes were on the highway, where life whizzed by.
He said it was to keep her out of traffic whizzing by.
A rock whizzed by his face so close he could feel the wind of it.
She had only ever seen them at a distance before, or whizzing by in their cars.
The vehicles that had been in back of me whizzed by.
He gave his head a small shake as we whizzed by.
Tomorrow, he was told, but the goal whizzed by like a sports car.
Once in a while you could even see a satellite go whizzing by.
Then something whizzed by his head and struck a tree.
Both of us scrambled to it, another rock whizzing by.
His collection whizzed by like a bullet to make its point.
The something whizzed by again, in the other direction, but lower and slower.
The war may appear to be over, but the bullets are still whizzing by.
Sunday was an opportunity to salute him as he whizzed by.
Another bullet whizzed by, this one getting him in the shoulder.
Something whizzed by within an inch of the doctor's ear.
It's often said that pop culture is whizzing by faster than ever.
During each of my visits, when a train whizzed by, I didn’t hear it.
Heads turned to follow small, wooden cars as they whizzed by.
The bullets and missiles whizzing by are also real, they say.
As written, Ali is reflecting on the world whizzing by him.