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1 The onlookers were shouting, cheering, and waving banners.
2 Children waving flags greeted the Russian leader.
3 The soccer fans indulged their patriotism, waving flags and singing songs.
4 John stormed into the meeting waving a piece of paper about.
5 They shone the spotlight on a woman waving at the back of the audience.
6 The demonstrators walked along the street,[www.Sentencedict.com] waving banners and shouting angrily.
7 People in passing cars tried waving him down.
8 The stranger spoke rapidly, waving his arms around.
9 He came out waving the document at the crowd.
10 Down in the streets people were waving madly.
11 He was waving his arms to draw their attention.
12 The windows overlooked a lawn of tall waving grass.
13 He stood mournfully at the gate waving bye bye.
14 I was carried upstairs, arms waving and legs kicking.
15 We could see them waving on the opposite bank.
16 She stormed into my office waving a newspaper.
17 People were craning out of the windows and waving.
18 They looked out across the fields of waving barley.
19 The baby was waving around a plastic rattle.
20 She ran alongside the departing train, waving goodbye.
21 Crowds lined the route, waving flags and cheering.
22 He was running towards them, waving his arms.
23 'I'm rich!' she exclaimed, waving the money under his nose.
24 We both began waving to the crowd for all we were worth.
25 A tall, thin man was waving his arms in an effort to direct the movements of a large removal van.
26 I was waving my hand madly but he never once looked in my direction.
27 They stood waving on the platform, until the train disappeared from view.
28 People on shore greeted the new 10 , 000 liner by waving their arms as it was getting up.
29 She struck a pose, one hand on her hip and the other waving an imaginary cigarette.
30 Do you know why the woman is standing at the bus stop waving her arms about?
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