We spent the first afternoon we arrived looking for something we both wanted with my other half 'not that bothered' although as we trudged
the cobbled streets of the Czech capital I could have been fooled by that statement.
And Alexandra, 21, who had a No1 hit with her Bad Boys single, watched sadly as he unloaded his luggage and trudged
An onlooker said: "Calum is used to the highlife of VIP clubs but he did his girl proud as he trudged
through the muck to watch her race.
As Martins trudged
off I felt like shouting "take your time, son" because he had been badly done by.
Many times my wife and I trudged
up those stairs, which seemed endless, and saw not a few climbing on their knees.
The softball gods haven't been smiling at Hart, as the Indians (5-1) trudged
through yet another rainout Tuesday at Alemany of Mission Hills.
Millions of pilgrims trudged
over mountains in search of redemption, and exercise fanatics still stream in along the well-marked Camino de Santiago.
Yet we trudged
along, swishing through the snow, peering intently into the darkness, and finally spotting the tiniest of lights far back from the road.
As the Mars rover Spirit recently trudged
up a rocky edifice known as Husband Hill, the vehicle's wheels churned up material that drew the immediate attention of scientists.
With disarming confidence, 9-year-old Hannah Burnette played the title role, wielding magical peacock feathers to restore love and optimism to the world-weary group of eight who trudged
around with chests sunken, arms hanging sullenly, feet sickled.
Most fighters trudged
through a dreary limbo, never daring to think about home or what life might be like after an endless war.
Officers with dogs trudged
through flooded lanes in a storm to reach the home in the foothills of Snowdonia, North Wales.
As we trudged
to the recreation office, he never mentioned money.
THROUGH the muted reliquary that was Paul Schimmel's 1998 survey "Out of Actions" at LA MOCA, one local critic closed his review with the complaint, "You had to be there.
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.