“With another Election Day approaching, conservatives are again trotting out conspiracy theories about elections stolen through voter fraud.”
“This is why I take exception to your once again trotting out the anti-Semitism anti-Jewish appellation, rather than just going to the facts of the matter.”
“Janet managed very well, with Martin trotting at her heels to tell her where things could be found.”
“Perhaps trotting is not quite the right word, but I can't find a better.”
“We did not stop to rest all night long, nor did the lieutenant stop our horses from trotting from the time we started, and about four o'clock the next morning he stopped and said to the men, "Fix my saddle.”
“with their children,' they spend the time in trotting them, or shaking the rattle, or dragging about the little cart, or repeating over and over again,”
“On the topic of THIS thread, my high horse is again trotting.”
“But now that a few rays of sunshine are poking through the summer clouds, the idea of trotting around the continent to see some of the good things that humanity can come up with doesn't seem so, well, let-them-eat-cake-ish.”
“Singers Cindy Wilson (wearing a belted mini-dress and whipping her curtain of cornsilk hair like a dervish) and Kate Pierson (old-school burlesque in hot pants, flamingo-pink ruffled blouse and corset) have lost none of their vocal power, even if they both seemed a little exhausted by the idea of trotting out their 1990 hit "Roam.”
““I loathe the idea of trotting my private feelings into the open; and it means that or nothing.””
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