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1espectador masculineespectadora femininethe accident drew a crowd of onlookers — el accidente atrajo un montón de curiosos
- A crowd of onlookers had gathered at the training pitch of Austria's most successful modern football club.
- The camera then proceeds to pan around to a small group of onlookers witnessing the execution.
- On one occasion an onlooker also tied the jackets, but others in the crowd were not satisfied and asked that they could secure him further with chains and handcuffs.
- Crowds of onlookers watched as guests arrived at the theatre in a fleet of luxury cars and minibuses.
- At one point, he tore past the crowd of onlookers at full speed, which might have been hugely impressive had we not seen his face.
- What really strikes the crowd of onlookers is that this unthinkable thing has taken place and nothing happens.
- As I moved closer to observe, the policemen told curious onlookers not to come near.
- The funny thing is that all around them, there will be a mewing crowd of onlookers, watching.
- Crowds of onlookers then flooded the park in celebration for the festival's family fun day.
- Arriving at the scene, police found a number of onlookers and witnesses still in the area.
- Connected by an air line to a surface boat, he entered the loch as a crowd of onlookers cheered him on.
- Bomb disposal experts first x-rayed the bag while a crowd of curious onlookers gathered.
- William ordered the crowd of onlookers away and turned to comfort Estelle.
- The streets were crowded with onlookers - a few women in black burkhas, many men and boys.
- Watched by a crowd of onlookers three firefighters went into the water and used a canal side crane to hoist the shivering animal out.
- The female escaped but the male deer suffered appalling injuries as it tried to get away from the crowds of jeering onlookers.
- Crowds of onlookers lined the street in anticipation, most waving the US or the Rebel flag.
- Anyone caught with a copy was flogged in the stadium before a jeering crowd of onlookers.
- The tension was palpable and a crowd of onlookers had gathered, fearing for the man's life.
- His motorcade arrived at the back of the hotel but a small crowd of onlookers spotted him.
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