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  • verb Present participle of stroll.
  • noun The taking of a stroll.


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  • Despite this apparent initial failure, which was openly scorned by China's state media as "performance art", the blog site asked again for what it called "strolling protests" against the ruling Communist Party at 2pm on Sunday. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • We are in strolling distance of cows, sheep and the occasional swan.

    You Heard It Here First (Bulbgate) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • People were still strolling (I use the word strolling in a literal way, they were not rushing) over an hour after the scheduled start time (George didn't come out on stage until 8.30).

    You Gotta Have Faith

  • But I've a bit of a thought train strolling by that is saying, or trying to justify it by saying, that that's good in it's own way.

    On Relevance

  • When the crowd is large enough, the musicians and their burro (you'll figure out what he's for, I won't give away all the secrets) begin strolling up a callejon (alleyway) playing razzmatazz music.

    Restaurants in Zacatecas and Saltillo

  • After years spent in strolling through the provinces in her father's company and that of other managers, she now captivated the town.

    Memoirs of Mary Robinson

  • Our first day at the Pezzé's was spent in strolling about the neighbourhood, and seeing after mules.

    Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys

  • Sam, however, was willing to aid and abet me in strolling and lounging anywhere and at any hour, and lent a willing ear to my tales of what I saw, and had in his capacious wallet a pendent story or a spiritual precedent for anything that I could mention.

    Oldtown Folks

  • We passed the day in strolling through the town and in looking at the well-supplied shops, and closed our ramble by lounging in the pretty promenade overhanging the sea, of which it commands a fine view, as well as of the picturesque rock on which the castle is built.

    Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia

  • Folks, I work within strolling distance of McCain's campaign office in central Phoenix, a mere mile from the Az. Biltmore ... a couple of things I notice from the parking lot - his supporters don't buy American cars any more than Dems do (although they do drive bigger vehicles), and they disobey the building's no parking laws just like we unreal Americans do ... sign on the entrance to the building this afternoon said that they were only doing interviews with Arizona press at that point.

    The Fight for Arizona - Swampland -


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