They went laughing down
the steps, and joined the game.
Seymour seemed to be listening, elegant and unconscious as was his posture, and he seemed relieved when he heard the lady call out some last instructions to the Captain, and then turn sharply and run laughing down
the passage towards the other end, the end on the terrace above the Thames.
The calls range from children laughing down
the phone, to being abusive and swearing, and calling about made-up incidents.
A fairly clear way to bring some order to this confusion is to distinguish between laughing up and laughing down
. In Western nations, we are generally OK with laughing up at people or groups who are relatively more powerful.
Although, if Baggs did have a glass ceiling I dare say he'd have seen God Himself laughing down
at him from a cloud during the moment he blurted out to Lord Sugar: "I'm not a one trick pony, or a 10 trick pony.
The mum said: "I said, 'You're not police' and they then started laughing down
the phone, saying 'yes, we got her and you're not getting her back."
THE family of a pensioner who died shortly after being discharged from hospital told an inquest she "hated the nurses" and alleged staff could be heard "laughing down
the corridor" when her patient bleeper went off.
FANS were laughing down
the phone yesterday after Celtic manager Neil Lennon waded into the Nadir Ciftci affair.
Daryl Hall - Laughing Down
Crying Daryl Hall is the blue-eyed soul singer who had hits aplenty with John Oates as Hall & Oates in the 1980s.
Now he's on a solo tour promoting new album Laughing Down
It has been more than 30 years between solo releases - his first, Sacred Songs, was made with ROBERT FRIPP, but Laughing Down
Crying is worth the wait.
He said Uppal sat down next to him and said to him: "I saw you laughing down
"The girl was clearly getting a kick out of it and laughing at me getting more angry at whoever was laughing down
Early minstrelsy destabilized the very categories it was supposed to police by not only propping up but laughing down
a static and rigid conception of ethnic identity.