WITH it being half-term we took the kids to Paris for a couple of days and traipsed
along the tourist trails.
The poor pedigree chums at Crufts are the canine equivalent of those dolled-up kiddies who're traipsed
around those boakmaking beauty pageants by their demented mothers.
NORTHERN words that have made it into the Collins English Dictionary will help you translate the following sentence.It's really quit enimps: ``Feeling powfagged, I traipsed
down a dowlyennog and lit a bifter held between my finger and bally .Staring at my ockodols , a dummelhead suddenly yoked at me.
From the moment a troop of more than 20 scruffy, malnourished orphans traipsed
onto the stage I knew we were in for a good night.
"As I traipsed
through mud and past the Porta Pottis in 1989, I knew I wanted something a little more upscale for my $30," says Sachs.
Instead, three magistrates traipsed
down to the cells - along with the court usher and clerk - to slap an Anti Social Behaviour Order on the jobless pest.
It took the fizz out of the small band of SSP supporters who traipsed
off to find another pub.
At the same time as the moving tribute, Mayo's fans traipsed
leaden-footed out of Croke Park after watching their team collapse to a 4-15 to 3-05 defeat.
Claudia, 35, opted for a brighter multi-coloured look as she traipsed
up and down the aisles.
A GARDENER who kept his front lawn immaculate shot dead a teenage neighbour who traipsed
Around 6,000 members of the Green Army flew out on charter flights from Dublin, while thousands more have traipsed
around Europe to be there.