In 41% of cases "flick through" is used
Each person has their complimentary earphones on, flicking through the channels when suddenly.
I remember flicking through it constantly and picking this one out as my favourite aged seven.
But as I flicked through it I realized there wasn't a single recipe or physical exercise of any kind.
A means of identification is needed, even if this is simply flicking through pictures until a look-alike is found.
They will flick through a magazine when they have the opportunity, but for advertisers that engagement is harder to measure.
If you decide you want access to them later, just flick through the pages of applications and you can still access all of them.
The user shall be able to scroll though the album covers of each album in a fashion similar to flicking through the albums you have on your shelf.
Having only flicked through the book, it feels like Redniss has captured, alongside Pierre and Marie Curie's work, the faith they of their science.
I like instant start and pause anywhere, skimming through the movie to find stuff and the sheer convenience of flicking through my collection on my HD.
I flicked through the menu so many times, there were tempting choices galore, I couldnt get my head around what I wanted to have, each tapas sounded better than the last.
In 12% of cases "flick to" is used
flick to Requests to see if a friend has invited you to play with them.
flick to Collection and press to open a game you've already downloaded.
If you want to see whether you have a game invitation or a turn notification, flick to Requests.
In 11% of cases "flick on" is used
Pushing open the door, Denise flicked on the lights and gasped in surprise.
You walk into a room in your house and flick on the light switch, but nothing happens.
Numb, I bend over and pick it up as Andy flicks on the ventilation and disappears back into the maze.
Emley restored their lead when Levi Maturine flicked on an Aaron Joseph cross and Anthony Leech volleyed in from the edge of the box.
In 8% of cases "flick between" is used
An optional heads-up-display can be flicked between several modes, including a handy GPS-based reminder of what the current speed limit is.
Thankfully you can easily flick between the two: On any device: Use the Windows key (four white squares, bottom left of the keyboard) to toggle between the two desktops.
In 5% of cases "flick into" is used
Only one of these televisions is on at a time - just one, then another and another, flicking into existence and then out.
In 5% of cases "flick with" is used
I don't walk around with two cameras every day to be taking flicks with my cellphone.
Sehwag was at his attacking best, cutting, driving, flicking with disdain as he sent the England fielders on a leather-hunt.
In 3% of cases "flick onto" is used
Lets say you had a bit of turd flicked onto your leg and somebody offered you a choice of A) dry tissue paper or B) soap and water to clean up with what would you choose? It would be B) right.
In 2% of cases "flick across" is used
Whenever I flick across one of the dog-training programmes, the breeds chosen are always very different in behaviour from our sighthounds, many seem very poorly socialised too.
In 2% of cases "flick at" is used
Ava gently flicked at it with the whip.
In 2% of cases "flick by" is used
The screens flicked by too quickly for Holden to follow.