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1 Find strategies for getting through the urges — deep breathing, self massage, eating frozen grapes, walking around, exercising, calling a friend who will support you.
2 His heavy boots cumbered him in walking.
3 you will find me not just walking with you, but running with you in your dreams.
4 Cats, dogs, and humans walking near a mockingbird nest, usually in urban and suburban areas, can expect a close encounter with an angry parent and even a sharp peck.
5 We kept walking and one of them came towards us, stopping smoothly at the end of aisle.
6 Dawn is just past, but no trace of it remains in the eastern sky toward which I am now walking.
7 We all know the classic scene from cartoons: the cat reaches a precipice but goes on walking; it starts to fall only when it looks down and notices the abyss.
8 Supporters of the knuckle-walking origin think we and African apes evolved from a common knuckle walking ancestor.
9 He is often lovingly termed a walking dictionary.
10 These myths go above and beyond walking under ladders and opening umbrellas inside (although those are adhered to as well!); these are specifically for those working in the arts.
11 We can engage in gardening, writing, painting, walking, baking bread or simply spending time in contemplation.
12 Hercules was walking in the forest, he saw a ball lying on the ground. He kicked it because it blocked his way.
13 The little boy imitates his father's way of walking.
14 Wilbur didn't care. He kept walking toward the pail of slops.
15 So, the purpose of the competition includes walking?
16 Daily activities, such as walking up a short flight of stairs or carrying a suitcase, can become very difficult as the condition gradually worsens.
17 scholarly know-it-all is a walking encyclopedia on programming. He can spend hours passionately discussing the history of a programming language or dissecting imperfect code.
18 A few days ago I was walking in the street when I saw a piece of dirty rope.
19 Keep walking until you see a sign for the trail.
20 he needed back surgery to relieve pain caused from decades of walking.
21 Walking along in a lonesome glen, I had come across a bear cub separated from its mother.
22 Think about walking down a crowded street: You see a lot of faces, street signs, all kinds of stimuli.
23 Researchers might find similar heart-rate synchronization in other high-arousal rituals like “bending rebar with your throat, walking on broken glass, bungee jumping,” he said.
24 Tyler's gone from a carriage to crawling to walking to a scooter to learning to ride a two-wheeler," she says.
25 Feeny was hardly alone in his aspirations to become an astronaut but, unlike the millions of kids who dream of walking in space, Feeny is actually doing something about it.
26 If you want to time your running and walking intervals, you can use a watch or other device that beeps to signal when you need to switch.
27 The rain having soaked them, they were walking along the paths on the sunny side; the elder was leading the younger; they were pale and ragged; they had the air of wild birds.
28 Their yell at the top of the world seems to Sal something that calls for a replacement; it calls for some other prophet to come walking ragged towards them and make them fall silent with his word.
29 This kind of walking tractor runs on diesel oil.
30 NEAR the edge of Temple Square in Salt Lake City is an unobtrusive statue of a man pulling a wooden handcart, with his family walking beside him.