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1 They began to horseplay when the teacher put Mary up for the monitor.
2 Horseplay on the school bus is not allowed.
3 No horseplay while waiting for the bus.
4 If I recall, such good-natured horseplay happens in American elections,(www.Sentencedict.com) too.
5 Do not engage in horseplay or practical jokes at rig site.
6 Horseplay is OK at work as long as you are off the clock.
7 After the horseplay by the wicked students, the classroom floor was strewn with crumbled chalk dust.
8 Stay in line, no pushing or horseplay, do not climb up from slide, maintain proper sitting position, do not slide down while lying down.
9 Do not engage in horseplay or prfunctionical jokes at rig site.
10 "It was a bit of horseplay that went seriously wrong,[sentencedict.com] " said a Chelsea source.
11 " HORSEPLAY " on the project site is strictly prohibited. Running on the project site is allowed only in extreme emergencies.
12 Horseplay is OK at work as long as are off the clock.
13 Cosmopolitan chief Marcelle d'Argy Smith stormed out of the historic Oxford Union debating chamber after sitting through 90 minutes of bawdy horseplay.
14 There seemed to be a lot of laughter and some mild horseplay.
15 He made a few jokes, a few attempts at horseplay, but they all fell short.
16 He denied in cross-examination that he and the other boy had gone from their downstairs dormitory for horseplay.
17 After a patrol in Musa Qala on Jan. 30, Marines engage in a little horseplay.
18 Here they are, absorbed, as they're participating in complete and absolute horseplay.
19 The following actions are not permitted: Improper operation of equipment, insubordination, sleeping, fighting, horseplay, smoking in no-smoking areas, and the abuse or theft of property.
20 Do not throw things on the bus, no rough housing, no horseplay, and do not stick anything out the windows!
21 Slapstick is comedy with broad, aggressive, physical action, harmless or painless cruelty and violence. horseplay , and sight gags.
22 Indians call it "playing colors" a jubilant scrum of horseplay and body painting.
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