He walked over to the stall, looked in, and found her struggling to pry a small window open.
More amusingly, a Simon flack briefly attempted to ban me from the campaign after my latest efforts to pry answers out of his blandly evasive candidate.
I do owe someone a rather lengthy post on Neil Gaiman and Sandman, so I suppose that will have to fulfill me until I can pry those long boxes open after the move.
Dallas was standing on the other side of the kitchen window, on the ledge, attempting to pry it open from the outside and crawl in.
For several moments I tried desperately to pry my eyes open.
I go to the window, pry it open, and punch out the screen.
A ‘sustaining myth of journalism,’ as Epstein wrote 30 years ago in Commentary about the book All the President's Men, holds that reporters pry secrets out of government.
The strange voice was beginning to get on her nerves talking in that matter-of-factly tone, and she tried even harder to bring herself to be able to pry her eyes open.
Doors also take abuse from cab riders, who hold doors open, pry them apart, and force objects into the door sills so that they don't close.
I got the loan, though I had to pry it out of him