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saunter along

to walk along slowly; to ramble along. Bob sauntered along, looking as if he didn't have a care in the world. I was just sauntering along, minding my own business, when all of a sudden a mugger jumped out and swiped my purse.
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Saunter and Jim Crowley leading the field home at Doncaster Nigel Roddis
NOVEMBER REIGN imposing grey Saunter flies home to complete a fantastic day for Ian Williams (above)
LET'S GO: Ruddi Waterworth-Jones, centre, cuts the tape to start the Saunter to Sunset walk
ECAP MARCH AMBULATE SAUNTER PETS STROLL HIKE ELBMA STRIDES
Saunter, twice a winner for David Menuisier last year, finished five lengths clear of the remainder when a three-length second to Torcello, coming right from the back as the winner made all the running.
David Menuisier, trainer of Saunter and Kaatskill Nap Both are in very good form and are similar horses.
REGISTRATIONS are now being taken for the 12th Annual Sunflower, Cycle or Saunter, which is being held on Sunday, May 17 to raise funds for St Cuthbert's Hospice in Durham.
St Cuthbert's Hospice is holding the Sunflower Cycle or Saunter from Broompark to Lanchester or Langley Park and back on Sunday.
At which point, Mr Cameron could saunter up to them arms held out wide in greeting, proclaiming: "I am the leader of the Tory party and I come not to fear you but to embrace you.
Kitties are known to purr, meow, saunter with eclectic style.
On any given Sunday you can see people (many chewing gum) saunter into church and slide into their pews without so much as a glance in the Tabernacle's direction.
DONCASTER RUNNERS: PAGES 6&7 NOVEMBER REIGN Saunter is fancied to return to winning ways in today's November Handicap
The second annual Summer Saunter for Ruddi's Retreat takes place around Linthwaite, on September 21.
The Annual Sunflower Cycle Ride and Saunter of St Cuthbert's Hospice will take place on Sunday from the Broompark picnic site.
The dancers saunter, swagger, and sashay as if singing to themselves with their bodies.