These gentlemen seemed a trifle amused--and a trifle confused, too--but one of them said he would walk around
the corner with me and show me the place.
Sir," said d'Avrigny to Villefort, so loud that all might hear, "poor Barrois has led too sedentary a life of late; accustomed formerly to ride on horseback, or in the carriage, to the four corners of Europe, the monotonous walk around
that arm-chair has killed him -- his blood has thickened.
She thought of Madame Ratignolle, but knew that her fair friend did not leave the house, except to take a languid walk around
the block with her husband after nightfall.
You'd see a muddy sow and a litter of pigs come lazying along the street and whollop herself right down in the way, where folks had to walk around
her, and she'd stretch out and shut her eyes and wave her ears whilst the pigs was milking her, and look as happy as if she was on salary.
Of course I was delighted with this present," continued Miss Cuttenclip, "and at once set to work and made several paper dolls, which, as soon as they were cut out, began to walk around
and talk to me.
Perhaps he had just taken a little walk around
He vaguely desired to walk around
and around the body and stare; the impulse of the living to try to read in dead eyes the answer to the Question.
I'm happy just to walk around
and see the streets and the houses and watch the people.
Our pigs enjoying their walk around
the field CRAMLINGTON VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL is a unique school, in that we have some unusual pets; two pigs and five chickens.
Llanerchaeron Discover the kitchen and walled gardens of the 18th century mansion on a short walk around
the gardens and lake, before taking a moment to share your Christmas wish.
XXX "My word," exclaimed audiences, witnessing a famous Arab celebrity walk around
Dubai in pyjamas.
A RECENT walk around
the Great Orme in Llandudno has helped to raise funds for ChildLine.