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Used to draw attention to what one is about to say.‘Looky there! You've gone and broken it’
- ‘One for her, one for you and, looky, she's so busy learning she forgot she wanted to make out with you.’
- ‘They stopped, hearing a voice, ‘Well, looky what we have here.’’
- ‘‘Well that is the problem, we do,’ cackled the man, turning his attention to me, ‘Oh looky there!’’
- ‘‘Looky, looky,’ He felt with his senses that they all looked up, towards him and felt Anna stiffen and stubbornly keep her eyes away from him.’
- ‘‘Well looky here,’ the leader began, peering down at me maliciously.’
- ‘Looky looky, another update, and not too long after the other one.’
- ‘‘Well looky here boys,’ the person, whose face was hidden by a velvety purple hood, laughed snidely.’
- ‘I'm sure his opinion is that ‘it isn't my book, it's their film’ and ‘ooh looky, I've got some money.’’
- ‘But if you really want, I could rewrite the chapter so that he finds that the door is locked, and the hole in the ceiling is magically fixed, and ooh looky, he only has twelve hours to live, might as well make them worthwhile…’
- ‘It's ironic that research like this is so often embraced by conservatives as evidence that government programs ought to be abolished - looky here, biology is destiny and there's not much to be done about it.’
- ‘Oh, lookie! It's another Chicago-centered "lifestyle blog!"’
- ‘Kira completely ignored what he was whining about, and said ‘Ohh looky!’’
- ‘‘Hey, looky there,’ a raspy voice said, loud enough for anyone to hear.’
- ‘‘Well, looky here,’ Lana shoved a notice in my face, ‘Looks like a dance is coming up!’’
- ‘OH LOOKIE!!! Another turn of events… Life has been turned upside again.’
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