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Summary: Titled 'Growing Up,' the ad follows an iPhone fan upgrading through the iterations of Apple's phone, beginning in 2007, each time poking fun at various limitations the iPhones have.
When the days were done, the boys lined up for (stick-and-) poking by Dolan Stearns, our resident multimedia maestro.
The poking chin posture is often caused by sitting too low, a screen set too high, a hunched back or a combination of all three.
A FATHER has been jailed for eight months for breaching his restraining order after poking his estranged partner in the eye.
si The nose of the Beechcraft Premier I ended up poking through the front window of a shattered house.
A YOUNG Liverpool FC fan has become an unexpected internet star after poking himself in the eye celebrating his team's win at Wembley.
Fans had launched a Facebook campaign to get the show s producers to hire her as guest host, and she wasted no time in poking fun at social networking on the Web.
4 : to search through or look around often without purpose <We were poking around in the attic.
There was the case of Peter poking fun at a British politician based on her height and now Peter thinks it's funny to poke fun at a human being who suffered extreme injuries serving his country.
AN Australian diver bitten on the head by a 10-foot great white shark survived the attack by poking one of its eyes.