Recent Examples of nearby from the Web
Lorrie, seated nearby, walked over and planted a big kiss on her man.
If the target moves or a second, more important target emerges nearby, the missile is wasted.
Agile Cat The snow leopard’s hunt that day was unsuccessful, but Weingarten knew that with an empty belly and ample prey nearby, the big cat wouldn’t have gone far.
Whitetail and sika deer, turkey, goose, quail, pheasant, duck and rabbit are among the game that can be legally hunted nearby, typically in the fall and winter, offering more choices to home cooks and inspiring preparations at local restaurants.
While most of the romantic action takes place in a family cottage nearby, renowned for its romantic and Christmas magic, the film was made in British Columbia.
Or Sun Valley Lake also is nearby, if some Iowan would like a classic farm twist on southern Iowa lake life.
Five other police officers are standing nearby, the video shows.
During the first day of the trial, Veronica Wells, a witness who lived nearby, testified and described the day of the shooting.
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First Known Use of nearby
at hand, to hand;
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