That's a great deal of Trudging
Around In A Lot Of Mud, by anyone's standards.
You know, players trudging
round the ground at the conclusion of their last home match.
Damon and Affleck: walking, traipsing, trudging
, stopping, building a fire, resting, regrouping, walking some more.
Nick doesn't run away from home--he walks away, trudging
halfway across the state to stay with his flighty but caring Aunt Wanda.
Still, it's worth trudging
through these passages for insights into a history unknown to most Americans.
BABE HERMAN, after falling down on a ball hit straight at him, scrambling to his feet, trying to pick up the ball, fumbling it again, kicking it around some more, finally picking it up and throwing it home -- right over the backstop, upon trudging
into the clubhouse and being asked, "What happened out there, Babe?" ...
Music fans will be able to watch round-the-clock coverage of festivals including Glastonbury, Leeds and Reading from their own bedrooms, surfing between stages on screen rather than trudging
through muddy fields.
A number of friends and myself spent a few days trudging
through the mud of various breeders in Wexford, got rained on by the bucketful, drove the 160km or so to Dublin City, spent 15 minutes finding a car parking space, struggled for half an hour to get served spilt beer in cheap plastic glasses, fought our way outside in the pouring rain to get bumped and bruised trying to nick a price, and got soaked on the way out.
Though I wouldn't go that far, they have a power to draw you into their realm of teeming signs broadcast across the page, using characters "which always convey you back to the human image - a human image generally dragging and trudging
through deep plowed fields, or something like that," as Bacon told critic David Sylvester.
Every dance, be it a solo for Tchaikovsky on his deathbed or a trudging
procession for a bereft populace, seems inscribed in blood.
POOR old Henry found it difficult to live up to the St Bernard image of trudging
through snow-swept mountains with a barrel of brandy for stranded climbers.
The weather and geography informed the final product - now transferred to Tampere and performed in a poor theatre style - with the cast trudging
in lock-step throughout Moliere's whole play, often naked...with occasional powdered wigs, of course.
As I walked past a spiral staircase, I saw a man -- a stranger -- slowly trudging
up the steps.
Multiple views and examples of key works provide in-depth information about selected artists in preference to trudging
through the usual lists of monuments and masters.
how he stamped around my mother's kitchen in his crew cut and big black boots, whacking his finger in her face, drilling holes with his army voice repeat after me, i cannot hear you, nod your head, and she did, sitting bent over the dark oval of the kitchen table, nodding till her face drooped into a waxy blur tears steaming down her face like scouring fluid, saying, yes i hear you, yes, i swear sometimes, i want to waltz in, turn the big wooden clock in that kitchen back, and spit on my father, like i would spit on my shoe, rub the crud off, the dull residue gathered from trudging
through this world, i want to spit hard, and rub, down to the deepest grain, down to my father's leathery skin, that is my skin, down to the pores, where it all begins.