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At the other end Alan Pollock had a pop shot at goal from 20 yards but Formartine keeper Andy Shearer made a comfortable save.
The Pop Shots series gives artists from a variety of disciplines the opportunity to create a photo layout that represents their take on what's beautiful, what's sexy, and what's hot.
As we're leaving, we're waiting for a helicopter in a field not too far away and we start hearing some pop shots.
This is contemporary pop shot through with Motown and classic soul, almost every song a radio-friendly hit in waiting.
So those easy pop shots that I normally get, they're not there.
Roy's going to be looking for pop shots, sneaky shots and surprise shots.
OPERA brat Faryl Smith has been taking pop shots at our beloved Charlie Church for selling out by singing pop songs.
It bragged on one track, called Real Killers: "I've got to pop shots, drop cops on the block.