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Put on tha' things and run an' skip out o' doors," said Martha.
At length she went to her own special walk and made up her mind to try if she could skip the whole length of it.
If we will read newspapers, why not skip the gossip of Boston and take the best newspaper in the world at once?
The old lady kissed her hand, gave another skip, smirked and sidled down the gallery in a most extraordinary manner, and ambled gracefully into her own bed-chamber.
Similar to the Crane Index, which indicates levels of construction activity by the number of cranes dominating the skylines, the Skip Score measures the number of skips on public roads across England and Wales.
6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hyundai and Skip Barber have added two high-performance rear-drive sport coupes to their increasingly popular High Performance Driving School programs.
The company which provides the cheapest skip hire service in the Glasgow area defends their latest offering.
based Justice Federal Credit Union's recent skip-a-payment program gave members the option to skip their qualified loan payments for November or December, and 25% of the $30 skip-a-payment fee was donated to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
I've heard many stories from skip professionals about the lights being vandalised, broken or stolen, which meant that they would receive a call from the police in the middle of the night, before having to travel to wherever the skip was located, and fit another very expensive light.
Recently, cheques for $3000 each were presented to two women with breast cancer living in the Nelson region, where community support for Skip for Life has been strong.
TWO Liberal Democrat councillors have been accused of attempting to buy votes by providing free council skips for potential supporters.