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In no particular order, questions zipped through her mind at lightning speed.
A bullet zipped through a window and left a little round hole.
A bullet zipped through the brush, and tore a hole through the roof.
He capitalized with another shot that zipped through traffic and past Crawford's glove.
A high-pitched, piercing noise zipped through the room, causing many to involuntarily wince.
Trees danced, rocks laughed at me, and tiny lights zipped through the air.
He zipped through three straight Florida hitters with only eight pitches.
The rope zipped through the draws and went taught among the daggers of limestone.
Positioned provocatively, feeling his hard length pressing against her, excitement zipped through her system.
The minute the ball zipped through the net, I knew it was a mistake.
Blurred trajectories of burning blue plasma zipped through the air, followed by fragmentation grenades.
She was sorry the thought had zipped through her head.
None of this was routine; we normally zipped through the Nexus lane for prescreened travelers.
It was hard to keep her supplied with books, she zipped through them so quickly.
The cars zipped through green, amber and red alike.
Her blue eyes glittered as the car zipped through the illumination of a lonely streetlamp.
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