I like the symbolism and the metaphorical possibilities of perambulating
Paul Hynes, defending, said: 'He has been perambulating
around the prison barefoot for the last couple of days.
By far the best view of it is from the hillside paths of the nearby Schlossberg, where perambulating
families stop in their tracks to admire the latest provocative addition to their cityscape.
Vision disturbed, perambulating
bodies disoriented, gravity defied- we are once again in Diller + Scofidio territory.
Similarly, working class mashers and swells went on perambulating
"monkey walks" in which they competed for female attention by showing off their newest fashion purchases (pp.
What's more, while the play's action moved briskly Wednesday night, it also moved choppily, with sliding hospital curtains and perambulating
chairs creating a noisy choreography.
It was indeed Agnes, damaged but indomitable, a perambulating
sibyl, carefully made up as if for the stage, her thinned white hair drawn back by a green chiffon bow.
That means more of the perambulating
fire hazards will be removed from the highway.
50am and the ensuing pring-ding-tring drills into the dreams of your perambulating
pensioner who springs, or creaks if you insist on the truth, towards the window.
Hardly surprising that so many find themselves in 0% land buying a little perambulating
number with the pulling power of bad teeth, promising 60mpg.
opinion His question was merely an excuse to share his own opinion, the front seat of his cab acting as a perambulating
speakers cor ner.
Defence counsel Paul Hynes said: 'He has been perambulating
around the prison bare foot for the last couple of days.