Between the ages of seven to 15, I would go around the houses
in the morning with a sweepstake, knocking on doors so people could pay 10 pence to predict the correct score.
Then the children would go around the houses
in the neighborhood for the 'pangangaluwa.'
Access for reporters was strictly by one entrance only and you had to go around the houses
to get there.
"Most of them are a mixture of customs brought by the Portuguese colonisers and indigenous traditions (such as the 'Folia de Reis',' when people dress up as the three Wise Men who visited baby Jesus and go around the houses
singing and dancing).
You can go around the houses
with arguments about the letter of the law all you like, but there was nothing malicious about the challenge.
When there was practice, Mom and the warden would go around the houses
to make sure all lights were out.
Even some locals complain that bus journeys are too long and 'go around the houses
', while train services are infrequent and, in some cases, unreliable.
"To just kind of go around the houses
, repeating yourself, I would have no interest in.
"It's not as if we have planned meeting or talks which go on and on.We don't go around the houses
with it.They are hurting as much as the players,staff and supporters.
Knowing they don't need to go around the houses
to get the right help may encourage victims to come forward sooner.
I used to go around the houses
collecting for charity and she never invited me in."
We will be discussing the comments with Traveline.': 'Go around the houses
, up the street in the opposite direction of your workplace':Margaret Evitts, headteacher of Gungrog School, Welshpool, says one of her members of staff lives a four-and-a-half minute walk from the school.