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A curse-filled half hour that saw my blood boil as my filing deadline ticked further into the past.J.K. Rowling Pens the Greatest Horror Story Ever: Dolores Umbridge Was Real|Kevin Fallon|October 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The CIA ticked up its support for some armed rebel groups later that summer.Obama Stifled Hillary’s Syria Plans and Ignored Her Iraq Warnings for Years|Josh Rogin|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But today they do and China is more than a little ticked off about it.
Further, while Obama's poll numbers have ticked up recently, they are still underwater.
The old clock on the wall ticked with a deafening vengeance.
Till then, nothing—not even these thoughts that ticked as if out of a tape-machine from my brain.In Accordance with the Evidence|Oliver Onions
The clock ticked; pigeons cooed on the veranda; a door opened in the distance, and for a moment a treble voice was heard.Villa Rubein and Other Stories|John Galsworthy
She ticked off each succeeding clause on her much-beringed fingers.A German Pompadour|Marie Hay
Then he ticked off at the figures four, eight, twelve and sixteen.Radio Boys Loyalty|Wayne Whipple
A long second ticked by, while Forrester tried to apply even more neural pressure.Pagan Passions|Gordon Randall Garrett