And then the old man clasped his hands above her head, and said, in a few broken words, that from that time forth they would wander
up and down together, and never part more until Death took one or other of the twain.
What's important is not that the mind wanders
, that's a fact we're all aware of.
C Cosmetics has teamed with Dutch industrial designer Marcel Wanders
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4 : to follow a winding course <The path wanders
through the woods.
His mother wanders
the kitchen in astronaut gear (fair enough, since she is an astronaut); his sister is a green-skinned alien with antennae that pick up AM talk radio.
The camera wanders
like an inquisitive child everyone's too preoccupied to notice, moving smoothly and constantly, sometimes panning up and back for a panoramic shot, and frequently digressing in the direction of a pigpen by the side of the road whose inmates wallow obliviously in the mud.
If a researcher can say where a yak stands on the Mongolian steppe, shouldn't it be simple to keep tabs on a resident who wanders
off a long term care campus in illinois?
It's not the first time it's happened to me lately, and I confess that once conversation starts heading in that direction, my eyes usually glaze over and my mind wanders
as the folks around me lionize and criticize the likes of Frodo, Gollum, and Legolas.
Fernau & Hartman's Capertor House in West Virginia wanders
through a marvellous landscape.