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to advance carefully and gradually

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move unobtrusively or furtively

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move sideways

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But then the nightmares start, with slashingly expert delineation of the visions surely gleaned from the demons of Mahler's own childhood: rasping trumpet fanfares; sidling, threatening percussion, shrilling derisory woodwind.
Jo, 54, captured 37-year-old Sculfor's attention throughout the event on June 3, and he was spotted sidling up to her and turning up his charm.
Attempting to cover your face with your woolly, unbrushed hair, sidling quickly away from him and taking an extraordinary amount of interest in a milkshake will not hide the fact you are feet away from a man who has three young children with his wife, Rosetta.
Let me measure you," she said, sidling up to me in a vaguely threatening manner.
They cleaved into tribes marked by unique movement phrases and different hued or patterned unitards that changed throughout, sidling across the stage by rocking from heel to toe.
Political insiders aren't sidling up to Antonio Villaraigosa because they think he's such a swell guy.
Meanwhile, a small band of cardboard animals seemed to have escaped from an expanse of alphabet wallpaper and were sidling toward a nearby clump of fantastical plants.
the latter group is led by the Duke of Wellington, 'squirming from absolutist pronouncement to a sidling manoeuvre in pursuit of government, sounds as furtive as he does brazen .
A barrel of oil, which went for less than $13 in 1998, was suddenly selling at $34, and everybody was predicting that sidling up to the pump this summer would cost us a record-breaking two bucks a gallon.
And the tree frogs with them, barking out of the needles, the copperhead skirting rushes, sidling into the shallows - lay it down, they say, on the green stones beside this water.
Storming the Gates would have been more accessible, and more fun to read, if it had been written with a title more like Sidling Up to the Gates and Peering In.
This support is further bolstered by MCD's 80-day trendline, which is sidling at the 35 level.
The actress, 50, even made sure her make-up was pitch-perfect before sidling up to the Aussie cricketer at Dodger Stadium at the weekend.
Highlights included a merciless impression of Radio 1's excruciating middle-aged white (c)rap DJ Tim Westwood sidling up to Stephen Hawking's "cool wheels chair" with the immortal greeting: "Wassup Doc - looking good
These political insiders aren't sidling up to the next mayor because they think he's such a swell guy.