The Balesuna grew shallow as well, and oftener were the loaded boats bumped along
and half-lifted over the bottom.
Shimerda and Peter were on the front seat; Antonia and I sat in the straw behind and ate our lunch as we bumped along
They bobbed and bumped along
up the estuary in countless thousands.
Economic dangers - pages 18&19) THE economy of South Wales, like the rest of the UK, has bumped along
unhappily for the past three years.
There was still no gritting, so we bumped along
the same grooves on a very grim journey.
The pair were matched at 100 on the exchanges when bumped along
in an unpromising position after halfway, but Doyle immediately took the necessary action and urged his mount alongside the leaders.
The reason is supposed to be that after TOWs have bumped along
for 2,000 miles they need to be turned in because that much vibration affects their gyros.
So, on a 50-mile trip into beautiful Amboseli, we dutifully bumped along
two-lane tracks with craters large enough to swallow a safari van.
We wanted to make friends without losing perspective and transmit information using sandstorm-befouled equipment as we bumped along
together toward Baghdad.
Particles too heavy to hop can nonetheless be pushed or rolled by the winds or bumped along
by saltating sand.
When Cox jogged in the sweltering weather, a gas mask bumped along
at his waist.
As we headed for the forest, we bumped along
in a large all-wheel-drive military-type vehicle over the roughest forest roads we'd ever experienced.
The plane bumped along
the runway, slid off course and stalled in a field.
As Amy Sylvis walked to her next class Thursday morning, a dirty and bedraggled stuffed bear bumped along
the ground behind her, tied to her red backpack with a bright blue ribbon.
His capsule bumped along
the ground for 15 minutes before grinding to a halt in the desert close to the town of Birdsville.