Some would hang around
the necks, or rather on the breasts of their horses, the most precious ornaments they had obtained from the white men; others interwove feathers in their manes and tails.
You won't go back to your ships and sea; therefore, you'll hang around
these pest-holes of cities until your bones are rotten, and then you'll die.
But meanwhile, they do what they always do - hang around
near the old buildings or on street corners.
And they continue to hang around
the shop taunting him, his staff and family, and scaring customers away.
However, in recent months, there has been a downward trend on the rates of return these bonds promise, resulting in savers rushing to secure the best deals, which is why today's bonds hang around
for an average of 30 days.
But the main, and in some cases only reason is the hefty parachute payment they will receive if they hang around
until an election is called.
1 : to be or stay (somewhere) in an idle or casual way <His friends like to hang around
I believe youngsters will just move to an area where they are not placed if they want to hang around
and certainly will not bother a determined criminal.
All I can say is it's obvious that they don't live near shops where teenagers hang around
outside kicking cans, talking very loud and intimidating any older passers-by.
In the Belle Vue area of Beechwood ward there have been four OAPs mugged in the last few months and residents tell me they see gangs of youths, day and night, crossing Marton Road from the direction of Grove Hill only to hang around
on their street corners drinking, smashing bottles and even constructing dens behind Aldi and on the site of the former remand home on Farndale Road, leaving behind much litter and the usual drug material.
And a youth parish council has also been set up, chaired by 16-year-old Alex Keogh, of St Leonard's View, who said: "There is not enough to do in Dordon, so young people hang around
on street corners.