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The children were dancing round in a circle.
The bird flew round and round the room, unable to escape.
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.
We can go round by the shops on our way home and buy something for supper.
We had to go all round the town to get here.
Why don’t you invite him round for dinner?
I was just going round to see Lindsey about babysitting.
He tied one end of the rope round his waist.
There was a high brick wall round the garden.
The children crowded round to see what was happening.
Books and papers were scattered round the room.
All round the country factories were closing.
She loved the countryside round Oxford.
Do you live round here?
I’m not sure where he is, but he may be round at Patrick’s.
We’ll be round at nine o’clock in the morning.
She looked round the room for Leo, but he was nowhere to be seen.
Someone’s been rummaging round in my office.
I’ve phoned round the local pubs and restaurants – they’re all fully booked.
It’s a good idea to shop round and compare prices.
They spend all their time sitting round drinking coffee.
Why don’t you find yourself something to do instead of just hanging round?