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  • Or feeling around the fretboard for just the right chord voicing.
  • There was kind of a gloomy feeling around the room.
  • Not even a " big game " feeling around town.
  • The feeling around the Mets is a bit different, he said.
  • You can't blame people for having strong feelings around Nazism.
  • There's a good feeling around this team.
  • People are all feeling around all over the league.
  • Our feeling around here is that Governor Bush is really president-elect,
  • But I won't forget the feeling around that game ."
  • The feeling around the paddock was that Pook is on the right track.
  • He thinks the roster changes have created a different feeling around the team.
  • There are no bitter or tough feelings around it.
  • "There'll be a gloomy feeling around here if we lose.
  • We've got that feeling around here.
  • Having him back will just add to the excitement everybody is already feeling around here.
  • "It's a real good feeling around the room now,"
  • Oh, we've known that feeling around here, haven't we?
  • The feeling around the campaign now is cautious optimism, with the emphasis on cautious.
  • The result is a new Washington, or at least a new feeling around Washington.
  • She said she's feeling around for a good fit, taking her time.
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