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Eying that waitress #1 (permalink) Mon Oct 25, 2004 9:28 am   Eying that waitress
 

Test No. incompl/inter-25 "Wrapped round her finger", question 2

If you think I didn't catch you ......... that young waitress, you're quite mistaken.

(a) fingering
(b) heading
(c) handing
(d) eying

Test No. incompl/inter-25 "Wrapped round her finger", answer 2

If you think I didn't catch you eying that young waitress, you're quite mistaken.

Correct answer: (d) eying

Your answer was: incorrect
If you think I didn't catch you handing that young waitress, you're quite mistaken.
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Eye somebody - stare at them #2 (permalink) Mon Oct 25, 2004 10:35 am   Eye somebody - stare at them
 

When you eye somebody you look at them in an instense way - you stare at them.

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Eying that waitress #3 (permalink) Mon May 24, 2010 22:48 pm   Eying that waitress
 

hi,

Suppose a child was with his mother and asked something but the waitress didnít bring him what he said because his mother winked her.
Then fingering is the correct answer.

Suppose that someone is heading home with the waitress.
Then heading is the correct answer.

Suppose someone goes hand in hand with the waitress like a happy young couple.
Then handing is the correct answer.

I think Tosen that you should eye your exercise. I can see into your eyes had come some challenge.
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Eying that waitress #4 (permalink) Mon May 24, 2010 22:59 pm   Eying that waitress
 

Nabilchamlal wrote:
Suppose...

"The greater absurdities are, the more strongly they evince the falsity of that supposition from whence they flow."
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