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He wandered round the town, looking in shop windows.
That dog used to follow me round everywhere.
There have been lots of stories going round, but I don’t believe any of them.
Katharine spun round to face him.
The car stopped, turned round, and came back towards us.
I heard a voice behind me and looked round.
A number 26 bus was just coming round the corner into Station Road.
He walked round to the back of the building.
They spend all their time sitting round drinking coffee.
Why don’t you find yourself something to do instead of just hanging round?
With smiles and handshakes all round, an agreement was finally reached.
It was a time for celebration, and Ralph ordered drinks all round.
Round about 40% of the population never vote.
We got there round about half past nine.
‘How old is Alan?’ ‘Oh, round about sixty.’