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  • Coasting is no harm; I like it, and I 'm going to do it, now I 've got a chance; so clear the lul-la!

    An Old-Fashioned Girl

  • "Coasting" is the most inapt word you could possibly apply to Dylan.

    Other Bob Dylan fiascos.

  • "Coasting" shatters your concentration, and lost concentration can well mean a lost match.

    Squash Tennis

  • "Coasting," as Mr. Gelb is discovering, is not always a bad thing.

    All Stories | The New York Observer

  • 'Coasting' schools exposed on MySchool website but parents cannot see rankings THE Rudd government has ranked the richest and poorest schools in Australia to develop the new MySchool website but will not be releasing the findings to the public.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Coasting seamen and bay sailors they mostly were, although there were many 'longshoremen and waterfront workmen among them.

    CHAPTER XVI

  • Coasting, maybe, but not nearly as threadbare as its spin-offs.

    Ask Matt: Rescue Me, Louie, Ted Danson on CSI, Community, and More!

  • Coasting into a suburban district, I soon recognized the village of Sarrians and pulled off the road along the tree-lined boulevard Albin Durand.

    Escapade

  • Coasting down its endless hill, dragging my feet along the pavement in the strange hope that I would wear out my shoes, I caught a glimpse of a peculiar insignia on a grayish-white wall out of my right eye.

    Sullen Months, Möbius Strips

  • Coasting along with the smell of fresh-cut grass wafting over from the nearby paddock, you duck off left a mile or so later towards Shipton Moyne.

    My favourite bike ride – the Cotswolds

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