28) Taylor based his journey to Scotland on both King James's recent trip and that of Ben Jonson, who had departed from London on a similar perambulatory
journey just a few months earlier (Taylor and Jonson would meet briefly in Leith near Edinburgh as Taylor describes in his account).
89) Notwithstanding broad perambulatory
statements of purpose, the Council has not decided to impose a comprehensive economic embargo on dealings with Iran.
But we need not begin and end with the perambulatory
formula of the exceptionalists, self-appointed election observers judging the results of a poll that never took place.
With its perambulatory
obligato horns (who move from offstage to different positions on the platform, and often seem to call to each other like stags at bay) and virtuoso orchestral writing (the jazz-inflected climax was a terrifically exciting and brilliantly executed orgiastic cacophony) Imagin'd Corners is in every way a showpiece calling card.
Porter's bustling and perambulatory
life was no mere life in motion.
Some would blame it on the Guinness, but I put the whole sorry episode down to foot and mouth disease and its hitherto undocumented effect on the human perambulatory
and cognitive functions.
One tale tells of a photographer who snapped perambulatory
pictures of Warren's baby girl, thus infuriating Warren by the photographer's invasion of her privacy.
Gather round, friends and neighbours, for Dr Alimantado's One and Only Perambulatory
Apothecary, incorporating the World Famous Scientifico-Magickal Chronoscope, " he said.