More than 60 rescue workers, who arrived in Karaman early yesterday by helicopter, took turns
trying to recover the miners.
The women took turns
using the shoes, and soon stacks of logs were piled outside their homes.
The gang were aged up to 16 and disgusted eyewitnesses said they took turns
to kick her head.
Piles of toys -- Barbies, remote-control race cars, Monopoly and Twister board games, and even some small electronics for the older children -- sat on long tables as children took turns
picking out items.
We all took turns
shooting--you shot until you missed.
In silver unitards, the dancers pumped their arms forward and back like pistons, held them parallel to frame their faces, then took turns
The panelists took turns
introducing themselves, sharing anecdotes about their dealings with A/E consultants, and providing tips on business development practices.
POLICE were last night hunting two sick thugs who took turns
to punch a helpless pensioner and slash her with knives.
Both executives took turns
behind the wheel of the GEICO team car during the recent shareholders meeting in Omaha, Neb.
During the early portion of practice, Everett and Austin took turns
fielding punts against oncoming defenders in an effort to simulate game conditions.