The coop did not toss around any more, but rode the waves
more gently--almost like a cradle rocking--so that the floor upon which Dorothy stood was no longer swept by water coming through the slats.
But I rode it, just as Taylor [Swift] never came to my defence in any interview and rode the wave
and rode it.
Isadora Duncan rode the wave
of revolt against Puritanism; she rode it, and with her fame and Dionysian raptures, drove it on.
For example, we ruled out microprocessor Controls because the computer revolution has had a universal impact, and plastics rode the wave
along with every other industry.
Singleton chose two bank stocks, which rode the wave
of lucrative loan refinances to steady performances during the third consecutive year of market declines.
While other international funds rode the wave
of rising and falling global markets, Sentinel's World Fund (SWRLX) has remained a steady performer.
Black businesses, in particular, spent the 1980s battling repeated attempts to exclude them from the economic mainstream, even as the rest of American businesses rode the wave
of economic expansion and generous capital markets.
amp;uot;It was important to the company to have not only industry leaders, we specifically wanted those who 'made' the internet wave, not individuals who rode the wave
to success,&uot; said Brian L.
Last March, 47 average-size people in Snapper Rocks, Australia, rode the waves
aboard the world's longest surfboard.
The 20-year-old Brit rode the waves
yesterday at Sunway Lagoon in Malaysia.