I was somewhat dismayed at my appearance on looking in the glass: the cold wind had swelled and reddened my hands, uncurled and entangled my hair, and dyed my face of a pale purple; add to this my collar was horridly crumpled, my frock splashed with mud, my feet clad in stout new boots, and as the trunks were not brought up, there was no remedy; so having smoothed my hair as well as I could, and repeatedly twitched my obdurate collar, I proceeded to clomp
down the two flights of stairs, philosophizing as I went; and with some difficulty found my way into the room where Mrs.
I don't want to clomp
all over that with my heavy-booted definitive statement on what it was supposed to be.
For the attention of: Christian Clomp
ou Sebastien Bessieres ou Mohand Djerroud
wiped off their boots, the Four Horsemen clomp
This Fourth of July, my husband and I will clomp
up the Eastern Sierra.
Like many other pioneer expats 20 years ago, we used to clomp
around in sandals or flip-flops, wearing bright clothing and take in copious amounts of cheap alcohol, whilst sitting on the beach for hours.
Halfway through, two crew members donned 32-kg spacesuits to clomp
about in a dark sand-filled container meant to imitate the surface of Mars.
There's nothing like the clomp
of bills on your doormat to make you sit up and smell the coffee.
I'd follow you bury my jammy face in its glossy folds and when you were gone, I'd sneak into your cupboard clomp
in your pink velveteen heels, silver brocade dress, swing a stole around my shoulders.
It is clear from the re-ports that you knew per-fectly well vhal you were clomp
20 IN which TV series, which started in 1982, would you find a painting by Van Clomp
, a big sausage and a tone-deaf singer called Edith?
When the lunch finishes, Tia Miller - who owns Fisher's restaurant in Edinburgh - invites us to continue so we clomp
along there and toast the sunglasses a little more.