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Meander around the Internet.
He let his thoughts meander; to.
If they meander across the flat.
All day she would fly and meander.
Time appeared to dwindle into a meander.
Her journey back was rather a meander than a march.
It’s hard to meander at speed, but he managed it.

It seemed they had to continually meander and weave a winding route.
He simply started to meander about the village without any special purpose.
If looked at from the sky, this meander gave the impression of a crescent.
Doesn’t guarantee he won’t meander back to it, but if he does you just.
I watched Bruiser start to meander his way through the crowd towards the DJ booth.
Rivers meander in an attempt to maintain a constant slope on their way to the ocean.
Every meander in a river is independent of other meanders, and thus all are completely random.
Dalynara eventually wandered out of the room to meander the halls, her hood drawn over her head.
My aunt was guiding us out of the wind, taking us somewhere special, this was no random meander.
There is enough land on all sides to park freely and meander to the steps that lead to the front door.
In the time that you soldiers were gone I fed on the rats and Lykanthros that meander throughout this stronghold.
Their farm was in a meander of the brook, two thirds of the way up the vale and on the steeper, sunnier, south side.
However, if we are in a given meander, we are virtually certain of the general path of the river for a short distance downstream.
When the meander of the river came close to this road, buildings might get to twenty stories, bump 'n rolls like she had seen on the Lhar.
They were in the mouth of the great Central Wescarp Valley and the river was starting to tend more and more to the east with every meander.
A meander had been shot thru with a canal, then there was a complex corridor a few miles to the northeast, with a couple sets of tide control locks to pole thru.
If we were to look at all the meanders as an ensemble, overlaying one on top of the other like a multiple-exposure photograph, the meander randomness would also become apparent.
Entering an earthly heaven, to meander in an agony of love and restlessness, of sensuality and sensations, words and smiles, with the movement of our bodies and the flutter of our tongues.
By that token she should be more confident that she could survive on this planet, she'd owned a few properties during her meander to the north where one had to get a cook fire going with twigs for every hot meal.
By the light of week Ekendosa, the countryside was crowded but lovely, neat little farms beneath big-frond archwoods along the bank between meanders, little towns on the deep side of just about every meander, beaches on the other side.
Some are geographic; Two rivers, the Tigris and its sister the Euphrates, meander over the width and length of this silt-filled valley before joining, then pouring over an extensive delta and into what is called today the Persian Gulf.
None of it’s dramatic, not in your way…I mean, how do you make a public drama out of the long drawing down of a cancer, or the slow meander of a mild epidemic, or that fatal nudge into oncoming traffic? Oh, I do things with a flourish sometimes, I suppose, the knife and the psychosis, but no, my book is made up of dark matter, whereas yours lists the stars that shine for bright, sparkling mortality.
While the athletes of the other nations remained more or less at attention, the Americans began to meander about, checking things out—peering down the barrels of some field artillery pieces that had been arrayed facing them point-blank, studying the monolithic stone sculptures at the entrance to the stadium, or simply stretching out on the damp grass and pulling their straw hats over their faces for a nap.
Motorway Pass) was how nice it would be meandering.
Their paths are convoluted complex meandering tracks.
I continued down the meandering road, carrying a melon.
Meandering or long answers early in the interview says.
The meandering walk up and down short hills stretched on.
With each meandering stride, he agonized his way to Ned.
It was a long path, and in some places a little meandering.
He was looking down upon the meandering waterfront streets.
They soon came across a meandering path lit by hanging lanterns.
It’s already meandering up the hill to the Van-Bailey residence.
I suppose I was just meandering in a random direction at this point.
The drunken sailor that had thrown the bottle was meandering toward.
Accidentally meandering into areas that humans regarded as their own.
This Wolf is meandering and shallow, with several inlets running off.
Dingles paths meandering here and there with never a moment to be still.
He supposed it was too early to expect much from their meandering search.
He drove on, happily meandering his way to his destination while listening.
They walked and talked for another two hours undisturbed in the meandering.
Her mind wandered to such meandering thoughts whenever Amonas came to mind.
The telegrapher's equation solution also describes the meandering of a river.
He used a thin, meandering column of smoke from an old fire as a compass bearing.
I noticed that as we travelled along, the river started meandering back and forth.
A now that contains the imprints of the past and the meandering dreams of the future.
I fear the animal must have been driven to distraction by your meandering monologues.
It made robotic equipment meandering about on Mars look like a toy for a ten year old.
I took the lead through the dense foliage, following the meandering river at a distance.
Mishea stands in the doorway, her head nodding slowly, tears meandering down her cheeks.
Toby Parker, looking young and sleepy now, struggled to follow Monaghan's meandering tale.
Preferring to travel at night, there was less chance of a delay by meandering travellers in.
The sound ended, the trace of the weak heartbeat silently meandering across the screen then.
The river had in the past apparently changed its course; I could see its old meandering path.
He followed in silence as Miss Simone led the way once more along the meandering forest trail.
Archmagio was there, a gray shifting form, meandering aimlessly between ten thousand forms of men.
What more could a salamander reasonably ask? Red eyes glowed in the middle of the meandering creek.
Meandering carefully over the valley, I slow down, I speed up, concentrating intently all the time.
This meandering is not due to a lack of homogeneity in the soil, but to the conservation of energy.
There was the usual meandering lunchtime crowd of dopes and mopes moving in and out of Mickey D’s.
What was he pertaining to? Then he said, Oh! Maybe, it’s just a wild animal meandering around.
The driver pulled onto the main road and started meandering through the surprisingly busy London traffic.
She drove around in meandering random patterns throughout the city for more than an hour, and got nothing.
We meandered over to Dr.
The path meandered without me.
She stood, dressed and meandered to the.
In the morning, he meandered around Kofu.
Ian meandered his way around to Donna’s arm.
It meandered into a corner by the window wall.
Eventually he meandered into some relevant detail.
I slid out of bed and meandered into the bathroom.
We all meandered down to the stern, drinks in hand.
He meandered to the front of her and blocked her view.
Rhone meandered out of the dissolving fog and into a.
We meandered east through the hills and woods of the.
Grady’s Camaro and meandered slowly through the city.
I walked down the road for several hours as it meandered.
Jed mumbled his facetious gratification and slowly meandered.
Sheep meandered by their van, separated by a high fence line.
How’s your arm? he said as we meandered down the street.
The road twisted and meandered around the island’s topography.
The paths meandered naturally, as if they had been cut by water.
It meandered around stalagmites protruding from the cavern floor.
They meandered their way through the street trying not to bump into.
The road meandered to and fro in a lot of switchbacks to the summit.
Senta and Song, and the others, meandered off in different directions.
We were interrupted by Toby, who meandered up to the bar and stood beside me.
One of Babs’ hobbies was a scale railway that meandered through his estate.
The light clicked off and the sound of the crying meandered down the hallway.
Once inside the brightly lit store, Mark meandered over to the luggage section.
The others meandered away leaving Sabrina and Beau standing alone in the galley.
She meandered over in front of the Rotunda and looked up at the hovering Crucifix.
As the hours ticked by and we meandered around the yard sharing conversations with.
Disbelieving the Souls had still not struck, down he meandered, opting not to run in.
I meandered back to the house arriving a little after midday just as the wind picked up.
The path I had chosen meandered all over the place and soon I lost all sense of direction.
The scene repeated itself as they meandered here and there, occasionally being interspersed.
She followed the river Outhen as it meandered along the flat plain between two ranges of hills.
Having lost interest in the dart game, the ice-cream eaters meandered east along the concourse.
He turned off the road before he got to his own door and meandered down to the waterfront again.
As the sun sank into the ocean, the satiated group meandered back over to the two living hearths.
He meandered under the spreading boughs of hardwoods and along shrub-shrouded trails until he saw The Lake.
Coming out of a fold in the hills, a small black indistinct line meandered in the direction of the lowlands.
Viewed as an aerial photograph, every river in the world meanders.
Anthony meanders in to my room, leaning his shoulder against the doorframe.
It meanders through the valley, taking in some interesting scenery on the way.
Next to a paved path that meanders through the broad green lawn around the Silver.
Every meander in a river is independent of other meanders, and thus all are completely random.
Thus, meanders cause the river to take the path of least resistance in the sense of energy conservation.
It is one of the Lhar's largest tributaries, nearly as wide as the Lhar where they left it, less braids but tighter meanders.
Her morning in the Baker fields and by the banks of that part of the Sym that meanders through them had tuned her mind to meditation.
The stream that runs past the Well emerges from the trees here and meanders its way through the soft green grass and hawthorn bushes.
If the slope is too severe, the meanders have the same effect as a skier who weaves back and forth across the slope to slow his descent.
Only the tops of those five hundred foot walls of crystal building were visible, the river still had a few meanders on it's way to the docks.
If we were to look at all the meanders as an ensemble, overlaying one on top of the other like a multiple-exposure photograph, the meander randomness would also become apparent.
I lament, sir, that the discussion has not been confined to the subject which the resolution presents for consideration, but as I had no control over the debate, I am compelled to pursue it through the meanders it has taken.
By the light of week Ekendosa, the countryside was crowded but lovely, neat little farms beneath big-frond archwoods along the bank between meanders, little towns on the deep side of just about every meander, beaches on the other side.
From the Tennessee line, which would be the northern boundary of the State, to the confluence of the Mississippi with the bay of Mexico, is a distance of from eight hundred to a thousand miles, in the nearest direction, and following the meanders of the river, not less in my opinion than twelve hundred miles.
Emott) who gave the information, I ask, would he have been contented with the long investigation of documents, to ascertain if any of the diplomatic meanders turned towards French influence? No, sir, he would not; he would have demanded of the National Government to have his children restored to his arms; he could demand this in a way to be heard.
Where the ravine opens between the cliffs, and a slender, shallow rivulet meanders out of the bushes to lose itself in the sea, the lighter was run ashore; and the two men, with a taciturn, undaunted energy, began to discharge her precious freight, carrying each ox-hide box up the bed of the rivulet beyond the bushes to a hollow place which the caving in of the soil had made below the roots of a large tree.

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