Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
There are enough problems in college sports without the woofing.
Woofing, and even the fighting, are all part of a grand show.
Then happy woofing as the dogs seemed to recognize Max.
This is not standard woofing before a big game.
There will be no woofing and taunting in that corner of the world.
Coraline could hear a frenzied woofing as the Scottie dogs ran out into the hall.
Woofing, too, has backfired on Anthony, because the possible escalation of pushing an opponent verbally is to punch him.
(The last straw was the woofing that went on while our future son-in-law was asking for my eldest daughter's hand.)
With their huzzahs and the monks' singing and the dogs' woofing, it was quite a racket, but I suffered it.
Woofing Cookies-March 1985: The Cookies were a very young band of garage poppers.
Woofing, or barking, or taunting in your face has backfired for Michigan up to this point, although it has not floored them.
Hyperbole is a time-honored tradition both in politics and journalism; it is a colorful and blessed part of the warped woofing in public life.
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When Coach Dennis Erickson tried to tone down the woofing after Miami's nasty 46-3 stomping of Texas in the 1990 Cotton Bowl, many old Hurricanes felt the next year's team came out flat.
Riley did not mind Xavier McDaniel and Charles Oakley intimidating the Pistons and Bulls last spring, but he obviously drew the line on the woofing and the finger-waving that went with it.
Whatever woofing the Wolverines have done in the tournament has seemed to either ignite the other teams (U.C.L.A. took them into overtime and Temple played them virtually even), or defuse themselves with a bullying overconfidence.