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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ambulate.


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  • One paraplegic treated almost three years after the injury now ambulates with two crutches and knee braces.

    October 19th, 2009

  • So the Osprey "will have the added -- much to be desired -- effect of scattering the White House press corps to end those pesky shouted-out questions as the POTUS ambulates to the White House back door."

    President Obama's new helicopter: A V-22 Osprey?

  • Then I ambulates out among the rubes 'n' acts like I'm willing to bet on the bay geldin '.

    Blister Jones

  • La Señoras desean aumentar capital a sus negocios muchas de ellas son ambulates que no tienen puesto fijo

    Kiva Loans

  • He described himself as a "Disabled, gay, Jewish, leftist, middle aged dwarf who ambulates with crutches", but Harry was much more.

  • After a slow learning curve, she now ambulates efficiently with a prosthetic leg.


  • Sometimes grandma hears well, speaks clearly and ambulates about her home without any assistance.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • El primero fue contra vendedores ambulates de flores en San Salvador Atenco, donde la policía golpeó y encarceló a campesinos y arestó a organisadors reconocidos.

    LA IMC

  • Michelle Obimbo, who shares sleeping accommodations with Barack in his native earth, ambulates to the sound of a different wolf call.

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