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Soul and body walked or crawled side by side, yet apart, so slender was the thread that bound them.
Then began as grim a tragedy of existence as was ever played - a sick man that crawled, a sick wolf that limped, two creatures dragging their dying carcasses across the desolation and hunting each other's lives.
They crawled along until their way was barred by a wall.
I crawled out of the swamp and I'm not crawling back in," he added.
In the context of this work, this is the data crawled from the Web.
Brittany then crawled out of the car and partially up the bank--despite her broken legs and wrist--to get into a position where she could get a phone signal.
Creating chrysalides: After about a week, it was time for their journey to the top of the container, where they instinctively crawled, flipped upside down and changed into chrysalides.
Leo Chau and Sean Duffy, seniors at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Columbia University, respectively, crawled through severe lightning, rain, hail, and freezing temperatures only to end up in the emergency room after breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest distance continuously crawled.
Experts specify the number of levels down into a site that should be crawled (most sites being organized hierarchically) as well as the distance of other sites linked to from the expert-provided site that should be pursued (for example, options are one to two jumps from the original URL).
For Tompkins Square Crawl, 1991, the artist, dressed in a business suit and awkwardly holding a tiny flowerpot, laboriously crawled on his stomach around the East Village park.
He crawled through wire mesh gates and down a short lane towards the platform.
And, perhaps most famously and unsettlingly, he crawled through New York's Tompkins Square Park wearing a suit and clutching a flowerpot, while a white cameraman, whom he had hired, recorded each inch and minute of his excruciating progress.
A 45-YEAR-old man crawled for two hours to reach a telephone to call an ambulance after surviving a 100ft fall down a cliff.
After determining the location of the child's bedroom, and without regard for his personal safety, Sergeant Norwood entered the smoke-filled house, crawled up the stairs, and began to blindly search for the child.
A GIRL of nine who crawled into her blazing home to rescue her little brother has won one of the world's highest bravery awards.