- v. present participle of gait.
“Driving above the speed limit or too close to the top of it, taking unnecessary chances, ducking lanes, passing on the right, tail-gaiting all are dangerous.”
“I truly believe that many of the polling locations will have "vote-gaiting," like tail-gaiting but without the grilling going on -- or in terms avid concert goers will understand, there should be a "lot scene.”
“As Pfizer is the 800-pound gorilla, gaiting the level of competition, we expect that its actions will ripple through the industry, which should further enhance earnings-per-share visibility," she noted.”
“Ah, so sorry, Caf, vous wair trop laite, zee crowd vus gaiting ressless.”
“The only -- as I said earlier, the only inhibiting, or gaiting matter was does the DOD have an ability to negate it?”
“Looming and gaiting of the sized warps is not described in detail, but mention of the equipment required for these processes is made in the section entitled”
“So I think that is probably the biggest gaiting factor.”
“Printed on a durable vinyl with a glossy finish, great for tail-gaiting, the dorm room or the den.”
“While all the attention was fixed on how London might receive the most - watched event in American sport, nobody mentioned the hullabaloo that would be unleashed in Hooters in Boston or Miami if tail-gaiting fans were told they would need to board the Jubilee Line to see their team in the end-of-season finale.”
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