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  • Trudge on, that is, and eventually indulge in empanadas.

    Mas Vainas of the Unexamined Life « Unknowing

  • On March 30, 2010, officials at the University of Wyoming, citing “security threats” and “controversy,” canceled two talks I was invited to give in early April, one a public lecture entitled “Trudge Toward Freedom: Moral Commitment and Ethical Action,” and the other, a talk to faculty and graduate students called “Teaching and Research in the Public Interest: Solidarity and Identity.”

    Doublespeak at the University of Wyoming

  • On March 30, 2010, officials at the University of Wyoming, citing “security threats” and “controversy,” canceled two talks I was invited to give in early April, one a public lecture entitled “Trudge Toward Freedom: Moral Commitment and Ethical Action,” and the other, a talk to faculty and graduate students called “Teaching and Research in the Public Interest: Solidarity and Identity.”

    April « 2010 « Bill Ayers

  • Trudge says to Inkle in the play — 'What! Sell the Girl that saved my life!

    Letter 98

  • Trudge uphill to one of the San Francisco's classic hotels, and you'll be rewarded with a posh spot for top-notch pampering.

    Star-Rated Spas

  • Trudge uphill to one of the San Francisco's classic hotels, and you'll be rewarded with a posh spot for top-notch pampering.

    Star-Rated Spas

  • Trudge, trudge, trudge go our two-dimensional characters, tramping through the muck and mire Maitland spends a lot of time perpetuating the myth that nothing remotely pleasant occurred during the Middle Ages.

    Company of Liars, by Karen Maitland

  • Trudge trudge, drag drag, off Wizard's Reach into Macunado Street ...

    Dread Brass Shadows

  • Trudge and slip on the shell-hole's lip, and fall in the clinging mire --

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, January 31, 1917

  • There are many other oyster-women to be seen at Tenby, but none so trim as good Dame Trudge.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878

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