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1. He made his way slowly through the throng.
2. We pushed our way through the throng.
3. A huge throng had gathered round the speaker.
4. She got lost in the throng.
5. An official pushed through the throng.
6. A patient throng was waiting in silence.
7. He was met by a throng of journalists and photographers.
8. A great throng packed out the theater and overflowed into the corridors.
9. A throng of shoppers pushed against one another to the display tables of the department store.
10. She was lost in the throng.
11. He disappeared into the throng.
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12. They throng the beaches between late June and early August.
13. We had to rake through a throng of ball fans waiting to see the star.
14. She had to press through the throng to reach the stage.
15. The throng greeted Sutter with cheers and applause.
16. I spotted Dad edging his way through the throng.
17. A throng of politicians, newsmen, brokers, and Army officers stood in front of the counters that encircled it.
18. Corbett did not stay but pushed through the throng of people and walked on.
19. A throng of newsmen, accompanied by their photographers, left the hall in pursuit of the vanished Amaranth.
20. George pushed his way through the throng, looking for the spot where the shepherds were gathered.
21. Adam Pender disengaged himself from the throng and came to join the two detectives.
22. As many as 2000 people would throng into the water to touch her.
23. He had his throng of child beggars with him, and he was still in his combat fatigues.
24. You should think long and hard before deciding to join the unhappy throng.
25. Along the west wall, macabre curios and warped ornaments throng the shelves.
26. They wore white uniforms in summer to distinguish them from the crowds that might throng their stations.
27. There was considerable shipping traffic; many wheeled vehicles mingled with the throng of foot passengers.
28. He would have reached it sooner but for the throng of reporters from the national dailies who had accosted him in the street.
29. Taking a breath, Calipari smiles and wades into the throng, chatting amiably as he obliges each request.
30. A seer was troubled when he became famous and the people started to throng to him.
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