Our logs drifted
slowly and at last grounded gently on the bank.
So he drifted
back to his wild young days, and spun many a rare yarn for me, while we downed beer, treat by treat, all through a blessed summer afternoon.
And so these three poets, having thus drifted
together, came to be called the Lake Poets, although Southey's poetry had little in common with that of either Wordsworth or Coleridge.
She came close to them, for the stream drifted
the boat quite near the land.
As we drifted closer the boat would rise on a wave while we sank in the trough, till almost straight above me I could see the heads of the three men craned overside and looking down.
This time, though we were continually half- buried, there was no trough in which to be swept, and we drifted squarely down upon the upturned boat, badly smashing it as it was heaved inboard.
The judges looked for an impressive exterior too, and deducted points if participants drifted
the wrong way, spun their cars or hit any of the obstacles.
I simply missed the change, and my steel BB's drifted
entirely off target.
Two Nissan Z cars drifted
around a track in Dubai at the same time without stopping for 28.
Nissan Middle East has set a new Guinness World Records title for the longest twin vehicle drifting as two Nissan Z cars drifted
around a track at the same time without stopping for 28.
I also drifted
in Lebanon a bit, took it step by step.
Once you've drifted
off the spot a little ways, commit your compass Heading to memory.
It found, in certain conditions, herbicide drifted
more than 20 miles off target.
Check the diagram to consider the position of the base-runner in relation to second base if he had veered to his right after passing first, and then consider his position had he drifted
to his left.
Additional analysis tells the story: Of the 1,805 vehicles in the study that drifted
beyond the paved shoulder, 35 percent of the drivers overcorrected their steering.