UPS AND 3 DOWNS Helen trudges
up mountain but insists the return journey, left, is worth it
His ability to engage the orchestra to share his enthusiasm should be noted, for too often such music trudges
when it should rage.
In zero degree temperatures, before the sun comes out, a dockworker puts on his cold weather "mustang suit" and trudges
out to the work site.
A rain-soaked Jerzy Dudek trudges
off the pitch with team-mate Pawel Kryszalowicz after Poland slumped to a 4-0 defeat to Portugal and crashed out of the World Cup.
Just as the filmgoer reading Warshow inevitably starts to suspect that the western might be more elastic than the critic will admit, the reader who trudges
through Kass must eventually wonder whether the ethicist is confusing the map with the territory.
HAND TO MOUTH: Brian Lara trudges
back to the Queen's Park Oval pavilion pavilion after falling lbw for 0 in the West Indies' second innings against South Africa.
Shadows of those he knew, including his dead brother, follow him as he trudges
the winter streets.
CAN'T think why Catherine Zeta Jones looks so downcast as she trudges
around the shops in Santa Monica.
Even though her presents were bought in Harrods, Mel C still looks a little frazzled as she trudges
the streets with her festive bundles.
The cruciform plan ingeniously attempts to reduce lengthy trudges
to individual gates.