We have no meanings for "zipped in" in our records yet.
She remembered the ledger, zipped in the back pocket of her jacket.
She zipped in and punched the button to lock it again.
One of her cousins zipped in front of her, his ears perked up.
I saw the girl zipped in the bag across the hall.
He started pulling forward, but a cab zipped in front of him and stopped.
Zabaleta zipped in from the right and then stabbed a straight, penetrative pass down the channel.
Kucherov zipped in his 12th goal at 13:31 of the first period.
Tourists zipped in and out until finally the crowds began to thin, and then abruptly disappeared entirely.
Turris skated in through the left circle and zipped in his first goal at 2:51.
A trio of brightly colored lights zipped in, bearing a silver tray holding a crystalline ewer of water and two glasses.
As he zipped in and out of heavy traffic, trying not to be late for his morning meeting with Tamara Lovelady, J.D.
In a near identical move, Young zipped in a cross and this time Lingard scored with a back-heel to the crowd's delight.
Point zipped in a goal from the left circle with 45 seconds remaining for a 4-2 Lightning lead.
Brent Burns zipped in a long shot from just inside the blue line, and Couture deflected it past Luongo for his 18th goal.
He zipped in frantic, dizzying circles, starting at the point he'd last seen Lacuna, until his spiral search pattern took him to the kitchen.
But on the mound, he was devastating, with a fastball that zipped in from his three-quarters delivery and pinpoint control with his breaking ball.
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