Tha's skipped red into thy cheeks as sure as my name's Ben Weatherstaff.
Mary skipped round all the gardens and round the orchard, resting every few minutes.
To show that her departure would leave him unmoved, he skipped
up and down the room, playing gaily on his heartless pipes.
Diners, heimgangers, shop-girls, confidence men, panhandlers, actors, highwaymen, millionaires and outlanders hurried, skipped, strolled, sneaked, swaggered and scurried by me; but I took no note of them.
This view is intended to be reassuring, for it is desirable that a few lines of this story be skipped.
most of them skipped
classes because they didn't do their homework.
Skipping Records IN1963, 71 year-old Tom Morris skipped
1264 miles (2022 km) from the city of Brisbane to the city of Cairns in Australia
card is returned to the bottom of the deck.
Credit cards and consumer loans were eligible to be skipped
for three minutes, and while some managed only three or four others did 80 or 90," said healthy schools co-ordinator Lowri Morris.
Other than the skipped
beats, you are not complaining of any chest pain, fainting or difficulty breathing.
The fee will range from $100 to $230 per skipped
payment, depending on the original loan amount.
Or does it help, because famished weight-watchers who skipped
breakfast might stuff themselves at lunch or at a coffee break?
But Exploit skipped
the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, won by favored Answer Lively at Churchill Downs.
Participants ate breakfast before coming in for the first test, but skipped
it -- maintaining at least a 14-hour fast -- before the second test.