“Venture out into the waters and woodlands of New England, and there's a chance you'll bump into "Champ," America's own Loch Ness Monster, who allegedly plies the muddy ripples of Lake Champlain.”
“A "sound-effects choir" plies its trade against applicable scenes; there are separate tributes to writers (as portrayed on-screen), foreign films and "America in the movies"; also the annual memorial service and a sampling of special honoree Ennio Morricone's scoring achievements.”
“From the choreographer slowly rolling across a stage covered in artificial snow to a room full of dancers silently bending in deep grand plies, the guy knows how to set the mood.”
“Hurtigruten, which plies Norway's magnificently craggy western coast, specializes in rocks, fish and sea, with a dollop of heavy machinery thrown in.”
“A Robin is building at our back door, the Blackbird sings in the meadow behind, the Nightingale is heard even to the doors, the Cuckow plies his two notes all day, and a colony of frogs their one by twilight. best love to All,”
“Anthony Cascella opened Breakdown Records 25 years ago, and he still plies his trade amid dusty racks of cheaply priced vinyl and CDs.”
“She plays on his love of finery and wild, risky living and plies him with extravagant compliments and hints of undreamed of favours yet to come—absurd.”
“Mr. Bradock plies the tools and techniques of the DJ trade as well as anyone, with an ethereal command over how to layer tracks together and how to accentuate parts that wouldn't seem to be there otherwise.”
“Credentials: Liedberg has called Lake Delavan his home since childhood and now plies its waters with clients, offering a “no pike, no pay” rule on all full-day trips.”
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