It's still dark as I rattle along in the Meat Wagon, and it's still dark when I emerge at the other end and trudge
into Stalag Chronicle, leaving my name, number and identity at the door for the next 12 hours.
But he sliced it to backward point and is pictured making the long trudge
back to the dressing-room.
I wasn't particularly impressed either to trudge
back to my car a couple of hours after England's defeat and find it wasn't there.
that is a welcome break in the inexorable trudge
Many of them ask you to ``play the movie,'' forcing you to trudge
though recycled scenery and re-execute the same stuff you saw on the big screen.
If your MP seems a little downcast as she trudges
back to Ottawa for the return of the House Monday, show a little sympathy.
She even trudges
up the CairnGorm Mountain resort in the summer to find the last bits of snow to ski on.
1 HIT: Alexandra WHEEL UPSET: Cam trudges
off SAFE TRIP: Alex turns sadly away GOT TO GO: Farewell words by kerb
ENGLAND skipper Paul Collingwood trudges
off after being dismissed by Tim Southee in yesterday's third one-day international at Bristol.
In zero degree temperatures, before the sun comes out, a dockworker puts on his cold weather "mustang suit" and trudges
out to the work site.
HE normally trudges
into post-match press conferences, the worried look on his face suggesting he's thinking up ways to dodge difficult questions.
1 HIT: Alexandra GOT TO GO: Farewell words by kerb SAFE TRIP: Alex turns sadly away WHEEL UPSET: Cam trudges
Or would you rather some person gets up at the crack of dawn, trudges
around in all weathers and delivers the damn thing to your door?
Blanc trudged the trudge of a man who has already trudged far, has a fair old chunk of trudging yet to do and doesn't fancy it above half.
Woe is the soul who trudges
though the shallow, sometimes-toxic waters of New York's gay scene in an attempt to make it into that exclusive club known as the A-list.