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  • So, in the end, this kid gets a juvenile record and gets locked up ... because him and a friend were horse-playing, and someone's parents got their panties in a twist.

    Juggalos In The Strangest Places

  • The guys surrounded Steve during a conversation when he WASN'T paying attention, and they all rushed him, not to fight, but hard horse-playing like trying to slap him in his face and trip onto the ground to prove a point that Steve was less skilled than he said said.

    Turn Pain Into Skill

  • Shay Astar, Michael Bellisario, Larry Manetti As a horse-playing, traveling brush salesman, Sam finds himself with two wives and two families.

    EPISODE GUIDE: Quantum Leap v4.6 by Anita Kilgour

  • We thrust ahead of the others and swarmed down the ladder ... heaping, swearing, horse-playing, the cattlemen filled the launch from stern to bow.

    Tramping on Life

  • The girls said after the bus driver yelled at them for horse-playing with another student, he got up from the driver seat and hit Briana.

    Click 2 Houston - Local News

  • "And I have seen them kind of horse-playing in the middle of the street before going to the lunch trucks that are parked in the church parking lot."

    KDBC.com

  • It wasn't unusual for the three to be seen horse-playing around in school - they were friends and played basketball after school.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Once the nation returns to full employment, the horse-playing population will grow.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • The vehicular manslaughter trial of a 24-year-old Clinton Township man accused of killing three teens while horse-playing behind the wheel in April 2008 is set to begin this morning in Macomb County Circuit Court.

    Freep.com - RSS

  • Nineteen-year-old Robert Pawlak of Downers Grove, Ill., was horse-playing with a friend on June 6 when he was pushed against the elevator doors on the seventh floor of an Ames apartment building.

    WOWT - HomePage - Headlines

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