There are 200 mosquitos from New Delhi caught and killed mid-bite, peep-show coins, and artifacts of daily life in North Korea.
Every young officer was keen to show us his particular "peep-show" or to tell us his latest "stunt."
The sunset is better to look at, but it has no more moral meaning than a peep-show.
Now have a look in the peep-show and take in the great spectacle: "From the Cradle to the Grave."
He raised his voice, and invited the people to come and see his peep-show.
But they no longer live there now: all that part of San Marco has become a peep-show.
She liked this last "peep-show" very much, and kissed her father to show him that she did.
I saw always the little pageant of man's life like a child's peep-show beside the dark wastes of eternity.
I've enough work in this peep-show here to have me busy all night.
The world is a peep-show, and I have satisfied my expectation.
[found by 1851 as ''an exhibition of pictures viewed through a lens in a small hole'']