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  • His generous salary was enough for him to start his own band, which he dubbed the Drifting Cowboys.

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  • Drifting is fine if you find interesting things to do while you drift and it will give you something to share with others.

    zornhau: The Middle Ages

  • Drifting occurs when a driver deliberately oversteers to cause loss of traction in the rear wheels through turns - it's a technique mastered perfectly by this young boy cycling on a sandy road

    ETA

  • Drifting occurs when a driver deliberately oversteers to cause loss of traction in the rear wheels through turns - it's a technique mastered perfectly by this young boy cycling on a sandy road

    ETA

  • Next week, he will break cover when the Barbican theatre hosts an ambitious series of concerts called Drifting and Tilting: the Songs of Scott Walker.

    British Blogs

  • Next week, he will break cover when the Barbican theatre hosts an ambitious series of concerts called Drifting and Tilting: the Songs of Scott Walker.

    British Blogs

  • An unambitious man wins a "Zen Mistress" in a contest and finds his life turned topsy-turvy ( "Drifting").

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Getting to hear pieces of: John Kessel's new story, the science fiction convention portion of THE JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB being read by Karen Joy Fowler to a very appreciative audience Karen's probably on her way to a town near you Right This Minute, so go look on her website and go out to hear her read, Richard Butner rocking his excellent story "Drifting," the beginning of Christopher's new novel.

    the cold that ate madison, or my excuses

  • "Drifting" for herring was formerly a considerable industry from Digby to Briers Island, but in these last few years it has not been important, although the year 1927 had a very good run of large food fish.

    Fishing Grounds of the Gulf of Maine

  • "Drifting" at the mouth of a salmon river when the fish are running is also another means of breaking the law.

    The National Importance of the Salmon Industry

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