Darts rush along
the sky, spears fall like the circles of light which gild the face of night.
Why shouldn't I rush along
and put my pie into Ribby's oven when Ribby isn't there?
These lonely channels would frequently reverberate with the falls of ice, and so often would great waves rush along
their coasts; numerous icebergs, some as tall as cathedrals, and occasionally loaded with "no inconsiderable blocks of rock," would be stranded on the outlying islets; at intervals violent earthquakes would shoot prodigious masses of ice into the waters below.
You cannot compose a excellent essay in a rush along
with also a half until the test end comprehend that you cannot end it.
Headlining The Dogtooth Stage across the weekend, Australian deathcore mob Thy Art Is Murder are ready to bring a pounding adrenaline rush along
with the Grammy nominated, heavy metal outfit Baroness.
Agency, state and local officials are conferring on opening a third lane before the Monday morning rush along
the Holland Tunnels westbound exit lanes if feasible, while also adding additional police officers, closing certain side roads and adjusting traffic light patterns to help move traffic more efficiently.
LYING back in our own hot tub, watching birds busily zip across the blue sky, the rush along
the motorway to get here soon became a distant memory.
GUNNING FOR FUN Crowds rush along
to the Comic Con at the SECC
BIG WINNER: Ian Ayre accepting the award on behalf of Steven Gerrard with Ian Rush along
with ECHO Editor Alastair Machray with Gerrard (left top) while impressionist Darren Farley entertains the crowd (left) Pictures by GARETH JONES and GAVIN TRAFFORD
Bickell was stopped by Rask on a rush along
the left side, but skated behind the net and threw it back in front.
Inside the final furlong, Galia appeared to have gone into a decisive lead even as Hassan al-Matwi's Nazz Al Uraiq was taking time to accelerate but once he did, he came home with a big rush along
the rails to get the verdict in the closing strides of the race.
Wearing white clothing and red kerchiefs around their necks, runners tripped over each other or fell in the mad annual rush along
early morning dew-moistened streets to the city's famous bull ring.