he recalled to his mind the various girls with whom he had gone to school.
In a moment the creature, beating and bumping along
the wall like a huge moth within a gas-shade, came upon the opening, squeezed its hideous bulk through it, and was gone.
In the end all three of them begin advancing, step by step, upon the banqueters, Valentinavyczia, he cellist, bumping along
with his instrument between notes.
Joe Staton, client strategy director at GFK, said: "Although the overall index score is still bumping along
in negative territory, we're seeing stronger positives in measures about how consumers view their personal financial situation.
Someone who can keep this economic wasteland bumping along
Andrew Hagger of moneycomms.co.uk, says: "With mortgage rates still bumping along
the bottom but predicted to rise in the next 12 to 18 months, a longer-term fix currently looks attractive.
Yes, your hair may have grown at a faster rate than this in the last quarter and, yes, the economy is bumping along
a plateau, but the coalition has avoided a headline so humiliating it could have cost them the next election.
While Orient are bumping along
in the middle of League 1, Southend are going well enough in League 2, sitting fifth, to suggest they might be sharing a division next term.
They used to be popular in the early 1970s when, like today, the economy was "bumping along
Rob Sigley's men will be looking for their fifth promotion in six years and a place at level five having, until recently, spent nearly all their history bumping along
near the base of the rugby pyramid.
He said the UK is also "bumping along
" and ranking about 25th on maths and science.
compacted snow and solid ice with no signs of gritting or salt on the road, I drove along the grooves formed by other brave drivers ahead of me, as I precariously continued south towards Newcastle.
He also hinted at a fresh round of quantitative easing measures as he said that the economy is still 'bumping along
the bottom.' The central bank's monetary policy committee had last week decided to stop its GBP200bn scheme of injecting money into the economy.
The central bank's Deputy Governor Charles Bean said the economy was "bumping along
the bottom" after a disappointing performance in the third quarter.
"I think prices are pretty well established and I think we are bumping along