dismal with dismal with Patrick Garvey, a bricklayer, and his wife, Mary, followed the same path.
With finely acted mischief, a solitary Marife Gimenez in a white slip wobbled up flora a chair to traipse
around in high heels, her precariousness more of the soul than in the soles.
Palm trees, olives and grapes traipse
across the bowls of stems from Peking Handicraft, and symbols from a deck of cards add a cigar-smoking, poker-playing feel to barware from Home Essentials.
Dissidents from around the world now traipse
through the center's offices to see the film, Bringing Down a Dictator, which has been translated into several languages, significantly including Spanish, Farsi, and Chinese.
The guy can traipse
around the world wandering into other schools--why doesn't he wander in our own once in a while?
NEW homes enthusiasts need not traipse
around builders' developments this weekend because they're gathering all in one place.
He is also trying to launch an Academy of Inventors--"something that takes the humiliation out of invention, a place that would give guys like me a fair crack at the whip instead of having to traipse
about with a begging bowl.
the novel does, through wonderfully imaginative fog, surreal and real.
up Government Hill to Hotel 189 (340-7761829) to experience the continental cuisine and elegant ambience of this restaurant situated in one of Charlotte Amalie's historic buildings .
They are apt to disappear into damp, shady coves or traipse
across sun-splashed ridges after a warm spring rain.
Every year, millions of Americans traipse
out to the overcrowded malls on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.
Anyone wanting a pint in a Paddock pub must now must traipse
all the way down to The Ship at Paddock Foot.
Anybody shopping at the large Tesco or other major shops has to traipse
all the way to Lord Street for their journey home with heavy bags of shopping
Nowhe's a respected elder statesman and world-weary traveller who's taken on the genteel mantle of the likes of Alan Whicker and Michael Palin to traipse
around the globe in search of amazing places and people.
Last week, for example, the office at my local station was closed, which meant I had to traipse
up the stairs at New Street and buy my through ticket to London.