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Ted whipped his horse and galloped away.
A man was being whipped and beaten in the next room.
A cold wind was whipping across the water.
I whipped round the corner.
The wind whipped her hair into her eyes.
Ferguson whipped the ball across the court.
Smiling, he whipped out his wallet.
They whipped off their shirts and dived into the pool.
I whipped the film out of the camera.
Whip the cream lightly.
He just whipped my pen!