The old lady kissed her hand, gave another skip, smirked and sidled
down the gallery in a most extraordinary manner, and ambled gracefully into her own bed-chamber.
into the parlour as soon as he was at liberty, and said to my aunt in his meekest manner:
Amy, 36, sidled
up to Candice and asked for a photo together, clutching a copy of the kitchen queen's book.
He would name a squad of 13 or 14, in the days of one substitute, and if he sidled
up to you on a Friday night and told you that you could have chips with your steak, you'd know you'd had your chips
Never a jockey short on confidence when in with a chance, O'Regan exceeded himself on Pine Creek as he sidled
alongside a hardat-work Tony McCoy on the run-in.
OH look, RHYS IFANS has popped off to Madame Tussauds and sidled
up to a wax work of his girlfriend ANNA FRIEL.
Last night it sidled
right past me looking the other
In between spoiling my indulgence I sidled
into one of my local betting shops (only seven to choose from) at 2.
Charles, 62, stood rooted to the spot with a grimace as she shook hands with Camilla, before he sidled
off for a word with his fellow future king.
London, Oct 30 (ANI): Ever looked outside on a wintry morning and sidled
back into bed feeling lackluster?
And for a movie star, he was acting weird: He showed up on time, didn't try to sneak out of the screening early, and chewed the fat with folks who sidled
up to him after the pic rather than booking it out of the crowded theater.
So that's why it's kind of interesting to note that two high-profile GOP state senators--Joe Kenney, a likely candidate for governor, and Bob Clegg who's already announced his candidacy for Congress--each have sidled
over to the health insurance mandate side of the street
He was on the decks at 3am amid hundreds of revellers in Manchester when a lurking solicitor sidled
up to the DJ stand.
up to Snackman and quietly thanked him for having faith in him.
I recall during a pre-season tour I was standing with him in a pub in Aberdeen when a girl sidled