Doors opened, and people came and went, in the houses on either side; children by the dozen poured out on the pavement to play, and invaded the little strips of garden-ground to recover lost balls and shuttlecocks; streams of people passed backward and forward perpetually; heavy wagons piled high with goods lumbered along
the road on their way to, or their way from, the railway station near; all the daily life of the district stirred with its ceaseless activity in every direction but one.
"We had fair breezes, smooth water right into the tropics, and the old Judea lumbered along
in the sun- shine.
Until that point, an error-strewn game had lumbered along
in mundane fashion but once they had their noses in front, Giggs' youngsters rarely looked like surrendering their lead as the Republic's lack of creativity was once again cruelly exposed.
She said: "I had to hand the buggy over to my husband and watch as he took my beautiful girl off to safety whilst I lumbered along
I lumbered along
, assuming it was a virus that would pass.
Its cargo on board, the giant jet lumbered along
the runway and took off at 4.25pm for the short hop across the Moray Firth to RAF Lossiemouth, where it topped up with fuel under armed RAF guard.
As he hiked toward us a huge yellow Lab lumbered along
ahead of him.
Can you name a business that lumbered along
for years and suddenly skyrocketed into success?
It might also help shore up consumers' fragile confidence in an economic recovery that's lumbered along
for 41/2 years.
But it was a lack of balance rather than a chainsaw that felled the first member of the media, who lumbered along
the banked section of the track as shouts of "TIMBER" rang out.
The American public education system has lumbered along
virtually unchanged for generations, and there's widespread consensus that schools are failing to prepare students for today's world.
He was confident and showed no hesitation as he lumbered along
the trail to the bait barrel.
Lancaster bombers once lumbered along
its runways and for a halcyon period in the late 1950s and early 60s its two-mile racing circuit was 'home' to Grand Prix legend Jim Clark.
In contrast to the earlier scurrying along the lines of the grid, this time the dancers lumbered along
on hands and feet like primeval beasts.
I was driving when I spotted one as it lumbered along
the grassy shoulder of the road.