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sally forth

to go forth; to leave and go out. The soldiers sallied forth from behind the stone wall. Well, it's time to sally forth and drive to work.
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30am on the Joyous Morn, I quietly closed my door in Canal Street, hoping that I'd see my wife, two-year-old daughter and six-month-old son ere long, mounted my trusty Raleigh bike and headed for Curran Road vehicle depot, there to unplug my charged-up chariot and sally forth onto the dark, deserted streets to Cathays milk depot to load up.
Rock was one of the teachers there and he would sally forth to clean up in Midland PGA events.
Sally Forth, of the Hartlepool Anti-Social Behaviour Unit, said the scheme helped young people "to take responsibility for their actions.
In medieval times it was from this gateway that defenders of Newcastle would sally forth against the enemy.
From their base at Longhirst Hall they will sally forth on daily trips to view landmarks associated with the Ogle family which was prominent in both Northumberland and British history.
More balanced, more adventurous, my children put their trust in themselves and the Almighty and sally forth into the unknown.
I've almost decided to buy it and sally forth in it to look at the celandines while they're still in their prime.
The opposite notion is that people use the internet to compare prices then sally forth to a real shop where they can touch and see what they are getting.
I see the market in position to sally forth beyond 4,200 around September-October, perhaps to 4,500 by year end.
She spent her earliest years in rep at Bristol, York, Manchester and Stratford East before joining the Royal Shakespeare Company where she played Perdita in The Winter's Tale, Diana in All's Well that Ends Well, Sally Forth in Peter Nichols's musical satire Poppy, and Rusty in the original production of Peter Flannery's Our Friends in the North.
Photo: Madeline and her schoolgirl friends sally forth with the vigilant Miss Clavel, played by Frances McDormand, bringing up the rear.
Sally Forth carried Chris Catlin, in the Queen's colours, to victory in the 2m handicap.
SPRINGFIELD - On a recent comics page, cartoon mom Sally Forth grappled with keeping her daughter busy because the family couldn't afford summer camp.
ASBU head Sally Forth said: "There are 31 people in Hartlepool currently on Asbos and the majority of these have changed their behaviour as a consequence.
At what point can we safely sally forth into life feeling that we have helped ourselves sufficiently to cope with life?