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1. I was surrounded by a posse of photographers.
2. The posse beat the countryside for the fugitive.
3. I was hanging with my posse.
4. The sheriff rounded up a posse and went after the bank robbers.
5. Tin ton Avenue was like a posse social club.
6. This Tank Girl-style posse is only seven months old, but already it has grown beyond the founders' wildest dreams.
7. An ex-Texas Ranger named Harry Love organized a posse that scoured the state.
8. All his posse friends were psychos, deranged misfits who were cruel for kicks.
9. Were all his posse pals going to diss him once word got out?
10. The posse rode down the escaping bank robber.
11. The posse are pursuing the thief.
12. Once a week, download Mullah Omar and his posse of theocrats spittin' mad chatter from their hideout in the mountains near Tora Bora.
13. Delhi already has a posse of urban cowboys patrolling its streets to round up cattle — one of several measures imposed to sanitise the city before next year's Commonwealth Games.
14. The document lists exceptions to the Posse Comitatus Act, the federal law that prohibits the military from operating in the United States.
15. That essence is the notion in posse and in esse: and thus the world is itself the idea.
16. The disgraced minister walked swiftly from the car to his house pursued by a whole posse of reporters.
17. There were kids everywhere in heavy coats, girls carrying roller skates,(sentencedict.com) posse boys in hats carrying sticks.
18. Ritchie quickly handed him his three wads of money and walked away, the rest of the posse falling in behind him.
19. These were not shire levies but professional soldiers who acted as the sheriff's posse in the pursuit of criminals.
20. There was loud music and tons of beat boys and posse boys and girls, all glassy-eyed.
21. They were astride a single horse, tied back to back, being led along a skyline by the sheriff's posse.
22. The young boy was running down the road towards Martin with a posse of four helpers close behind.
23. I spoke, in that context, of the connotations of the posse,[sentencedict.com] of the hunt.
24. Each time she went out in her distinctive red Metro she was followed by a press posse.
25. But after the bandits' escape through the chimney, the posse eventually tracked them down.
26. He wears tattoos and cornrows and bandanas and travels with his posse.
27. At any rate, the males leave their parties and come together in a posse.
28. You don't share with strangers, so prices get progressively cheaper the more there are in your posse.
29. Joy in living can never be assumed as a posse or put on as a mask.
30. A young Libyan set up a live Web stream on the courthouse roof, and a posse of students opened a media office inside a burned-out secret-police building.
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