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amble along

To walk in a slow or aimless fashion. We had some extra time before the concert, so we ambled along Main Street. I'm usually late because my kids just amble along, as if we have no time constraints whatsoever.

amble along (something)

to walk along slowly and casually somewhere. They ambled along the path. I was just ambling along, minding my own business, when I tripped.
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Peter and his team supply around 1,000 pies a week to the venue, with many diners making the journey to Amble from across the region to pick up their own supplies.
It was no surprise when Amble got an equaliser on 40 minutes when Liam Ramsay was pulled back in the area and the referee was on hand to award the penalty.
A development like this will be great for Amble and surrounding areas like Hadston and Widdrington - helping to attract many more tourists and visitors to the town and creating more jobs for local people.
However, it took only another five minutes for Amble to regain the lead - Rob Baker scoring at the back post.
Tiny Woods Academy would like to thank Amble Town Council and Amble Development Trust for their support of the event.
Julia Aston, from Amble Development Trust, said: "Winning the Great British High Street Awards is a fantastic achievement.
Amble are defending the Challenge Trophy they won last year, part of a growing and impressive array of silverware.
Julia Aston, from Amble Development Trust, said: "Over the past year, we've made every effort to make Amble a better place to work, shop and socialise.
The force asked residents and visitors to Amble for their views on the proposed new premises in April.
The event sees Amble packed out every year and this time around it was geared up for an extra influx of visitors keen to attend its first auction.
It ended up being Ryton against Amble in the first semi-final with Cullercoats taking on Hull in the second.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Conservative MP for Berwick, has been told that Northumbria Police plans to relocate its Amble station to the town centre, remaining in the heart of the community it serves.
Freddie famously based himself in Amble harbour between 1987 and 1992 and attracted thousands of people, keen to see his aquatic antics.
Bramble is a fictional puffin who is the star of Bramble of Amble, a book written for the town's Puffin Festival which begins today.
Since the 1950s and the rise of the family motor car, locations like Amble, Seahouses, Warkworth and Craster have been regular holiday and day-trip destinations.