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  • HONEY and NICK (ad lib) Hello, here we are ....hi ....etc. GEORGE: (Very matter-of-factly) You must be our little guests.†   (source)
  • [The kids clap their hands back at him and ad lib: "Two circles, kids," ect†   (source)
  • Laura Keene ad-libs a line that refers to Lincoln, making the audience turn toward the back of the theater in order to witness his appearance.†   (source)
  • Bill did go on, ad-lib no doubt, but he did it well, playing up the sex side a little, how they'd finished up in a night club with three of these girls; Alec, a chap from the political adviser's office and Bifi, and Bill had been so embarrassed because he hadn't any money on him and Alec had paid, and Bifi had wanted to take a girl home and Alec had lent him another tenner— "Christ," said Leamas, "I remember now, of course I do."†   (source)
  • There is a silence in the room and then a babble of ad lib conversation.†   (source)
  • Star even ad-libbed a long excursus about my father's heroism and alleged that my grandaddy had led the chaise at San Juan Hill and then started in on my great-grandfathers.†   (source)
  • Instead I repeated myself ad lib without anyone but Mademoiselle Megan being aware of the fact.†   (source)
  • On meeting, they ad lib greetings and, as they hurry up C. and off L. the Girls pair together, as do George and Wally, chatting gaily.†   (source)
  • Because as in everything else, Hans Castorp was somewhat slow and uninspired at that, too; and his quick reckoning in this case was not ad lib, but the result of preparation, with paper and pencil in fact, carried out one evening when he had been taking his rest cure (because he had begun taking it in the evenings now, too, since everyone else did).†   (source)
  • We shot it on location in the Gaines residence in Point Breeze, and we ad-libbed a lot of the dialogue, and Cat Stevens made some awesome cameos, and we set the whole thing to a funk CD Dad had lying around, and it took another month or two.†   (source)
  • He've got the chink ad lib. Seed near free poun on un a spell ago a said war hisn.†   (source)
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