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lope along

To run, glide, or bound onward with a long, swinging stride. The deer loped along, blissfully unaware of the hunter putting it in his sights. I was struggling to keep up while Tom just loped along beside me.

lope along

to move along, bounding. The dog loped along at a very even pace, answering to his master's whistle. The horses loped along, eager to get home.
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Sin embargo, no parece que Lope haya utilizado ninguna de estas cronicas para escribir Las famosas asturianas.
El entorno de 1620 lo es tambien de la difusion de la Epistola moral a Fabio, de la actividad satirico epistolar de Bartolome Leonardo de Argensola o la cercania de la Epistola satirica y censoria de Quevedo o el ciclo de senectute de Lope de Vega.
Nutmegged by Veton Berisha, Lopes took the Norway international down just inside the area.
In fact, more than once throughout the book, Lopes questions the 'Africa Rising' narrative, but Professor Vijay Mahajan's seminal book of the same title published in 2009, came at a time when few saw the continent as much more than an aid-reliant 'basket-case'.
Lopes played with LEGOs as a child but turned his attention to music as he got older.
Lopes is a board-certified neurosurgeon, highly skilled in neuroendovascular therapy, an innovative approach to treating brain and spinal cord diseases from inside the blood vessels.
The IBA administration, according to the source in the administration, has documentary evidence including closed circuit television camera footage as well as Whatsapp messages which prove Dr Lopes harassed some students of IBA.
However,Dr Lopes was later forced to resign instead of a proper inquiry being initiated against him as per government rules.
Royal fans are expecting Prince Harry's stepsister Lopes and stepbrother Tom to be among his wedding guests.
Its diesel fuel tank has a 60-litre capacity, and the machine burns two to three litres per hour, which Lopes said could comfortably allow it to travel 800 kilometres on one fillup.
Any historical novelist in search of a protagonist would feel blessed to come across the story of Fernao Lopes. Reliable facts about the Portuguese nobleman's life may be few and far between, but what we can verify is utterly fascinating, and the frustrating gaps in the historical narrative would allow ample space for literary invention.
Editors Lopes and Hutchison present readers with a collection of research and academic perspectives exploring the plural and complex nature of the use of contemporary urban spaces.