Why don't they jump off when they crawl along the tight rope with a cat in front and a cat behind?
They're dying rats, dying of starvation, when they crawl along that rope.
It is the habit of the shrimp to crawl along
the bottom in vast armies till it reaches fresh water, when it turns about and crawls back again to the salt.
Night came on, and the poor blind youth had no eyes to close, and could only crawl along
the ground, not knowing in the least where he was going.
Another night passed in the bleak damp air, made him worse; when he set forward on his journey next morning he could hardly crawl along
But there was a time when people scoffed at the idea; they said you might as well expect leagues of solid rock to crawl along
the ground as expect leagues of ice to do it.
This was a great relief, for they were very much fatigued and could scarcely crawl along
I counted us already as good as dead; but still I dragged myself along until the time came that I could no longer rise, but could only crawl along
a few inches at a time, dragging Ajor beside me.
I believed we could crawl along
a branch and get into the next tree, and I judged it worth while to try.
That Eugene Wrayburn, for his wife's sake, set him aside and left him to crawl along
his blasted course.
And so belabored as to be scarce able to crawl along
it," cried a third.
The place was all overgrown with woods and thickets, so closely matted and entangled that it was impossible to see ten paces ahead, and the three associates in peril had to crawl along
, one after another, making their way by putting the branches and vines aside; but doing it with caution, lest they should attract the eye of some lurking marksman.
But, as Smike would not hear of this--pleading his anxiety to see his friends again--they eventually sallied forth together; and the night being, by this time, far advanced, and Smike being, besides, so footsore that he could hardly crawl along
, it was within an hour of sunrise when they reached their destination.
Bars B and C consist of 100 homes, 5 halls, common areas and crawl along
the length of each building.
In fact, the first mention of the possibility of a pub crawl along
the Manchester to Leeds line, beginning at Stalybridge Station and ending at Dewsbury, was an article written by myself in The Independent in 1998 (Trains pass so close, your drink rocks gently in the glass).