An act of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1651 required that all towns perambulate
their boundaries every three years, to avoid border conflicts.
but as you perambulate
the field take a moment to remember that you are actually in the community of Llangynyw (aka Llangyniew).
As for "dependency," that great bugaboo of the welfare-reformers--visit a nursing home and you will find people who have been rendered so thoroughly dependent by Social Security that they no longer exert themselves to perambulate
or lift spoon to mouth.
Tiptoeing around on eggshells is not a comfortable way to perambulate
We've got three competitive heats of the Perambulate
stakes over 672m and, since his win in a puppy race over 450m a fortnight ago Ted Soppit's Calzaghe Jack has been to Newcastle and looked even faster.
To you, the bar with the bicycles will be just another paragraph in the guide book, just another eavesdropped whisper as you perambulate
The law requires at least two selectmen, or two designees, to perambulate
the town's boundaries and find its markers.
He sleeps during the day and likes to perambulate
at night if the weather is fine.
while you contemplate, that's my motto.
By that stage, the urge to think independently or perambulate
unnecessarily had largely disappeared, although a brief foray into the Ds did happen, by accident, on the way back from the toilet.
Warhol, Richard Prince, and Cady Noland perambulate
in the genealogical background of Lowman's practice, although his dispersal of images through various media even within the same piece, as well as their often striking material cruddiness, signals a departure, a deliberate falling apart.
Being essentially a street band, the Bollywood Brass Band seized the opportunity to perambulate
around the MAC Arena, delivering their first set in completely acoustic mode.