I'll be breezing along
, chuckling at the radio DJ's by now very familiar jokes, slowing merrily now and then to give way to other drivers, until I'm gripped by a sudden, all-consuming fear.
And now, Djokovic has gone and Murray is breezing along
All I can see is other passengers breezing along
with their trolleys, with not a care in the world.
3 overs with openers Reeza Hendricks (49 off 48) and Quinton de Kock (48 off 27 balls) breezing along
in declarative sentences, Harford examines variation and selection in endeavors as different as waging war and curbing climate change.
Zuercher (6-1/3 innings, 11 hits, 2 Ks) was breezing along
when he ran into trouble in the fifth and sixth.
Just before he was discharged from the hospital, Dinh Duc was seen breezing along
the ward corridor on his new wheelchair enjoying the independence and freedom he has for moving around on his own.
The Beachcomber does without doors, a conventional roof and everything else in order to take its occupants closer to their surroundings, whether they're cruising through town, enjoying rough tracks in the mountains or breezing along
to a second 50 from only 57 balls, Westwood comfortably outscored England batsman Ian Bell in an unbroken partnership of 100 as Warwickshire closed on 179 for one after a teatime downpour.
Binocular (right) and The Polomoche in a training stint at Kempton
So what better way to enjoy it than by breezing along
at a leisurely 5mph with a glass of wine in your hand?
the Promenade des Anglais, wind in your hair, you could be one of several film stars.
How many times have you seen a pitcher breezing along
in a game and then after a couple of bad developments, just falls apart?
I took a bit of a shine to this nag when he was breezing along
in races like the King George VI at Kempton two seasons ago, and when JP McManus stepped in and bought him it looked like shrewd Gold Cup-style business.
to a second 50 from only 57 balls, Westwood comfortably outscored England batsman Ian Bell (32 not out) in an unbroken partnership of 100 as Warwickshire closed on 179-1 after a teatime downpour.