tear along

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Related to tear along: tear apart

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vientlangrasen; he tore along the streeter raste die Straße entlang or hinunter
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I shed a tear along with Michael - he's adopted so the show resonates with us.
A short programme of resurfacing work to iron out potholes and other wear and tear along sections of the A66 near Penrith is taking place next month.
But the wear and tear along the buttons, and specifically on the left pocket of the uniform, proved to him that it was likely Goering himself wore it.
The ongoing work to tackle wear and tear along the motorway will be continuing into the autumn with a PS450,000 Highways Agency project.
I would make an incision in the top of the envelope and tear along it cleanly, and then discover that I had either sliced through the actual contents, or through my finger.
It was the same with motorbike helmets - bikers would tear along the country lanes with their heads unprotected until the law forced them to wear one.
Hours after the Games are opened by The Queen, Isle of Man sprint king Mark Cavendish will mount his bike for a 250km tear along the roads of London and Surrey, starting and ending on The Mall.
I don't even mind if they shed a little tear along the way because further down the line the experience will only have made them stronger and hungrier for success.
PLEASE TEAR ALONG PERFORATION between this wet refreshed axis and adjusted reading.
The eIubutter pageseIN have an organic and woody smell and carry signs of wear and tear along the edges.