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I’ll throw the ball and you try to catch it.
Some kids were throwing stones at the windows.
Each child throws a ball to their partner.
Can you throw me that rope?
She hastily threw her books into the cupboard.
Harry had a red scarf thrown casually around his neck.
Suddenly throwing back his head, he started laughing.
She threw herself into his arms.
The door was thrown open.
He threw his opponent to the ground.
She was thrown from her horse when it jumped sideways.
Many protesters have been thrown into jail without trial.
Marco threw an angry glance at her.
Exams always threw her into a panic.
A single computer problem can throw the whole office into chaos.
The news has completely thrown me.
The sudden question threw her off balance.
Reporters were throwing personal questions at her.
They stood in the street throwing insults at each other.
He threw a switch and the lights came on.
They were offered a bribe to throw the match.