Such gadding _ such ambling _ such jaunting about!
This a fine day and all the world are run a-gadding,
On the right side of the split screen, the dog's owner, Pam Smart, is shown gadding about the English village of Ramsbottom.
When they met, Chaplin was gadding about the capitols of Europe after the success of his greatest film, City Lights, thinking about what to do next.
Which is probably a good thing, since, she says, her cat probably wouldn't know what to make of her mistress gadding about in a kitty costume.
When they met, Chaplin was gadding about the capitols of Europe after the success of his greatest film, " City Lights, " thinking about what to do next.
Written by John Logan, the story principally takes place in the 1930s and'40s, when Hughes, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, was gadding about both Hollywood and the aviation world.
Made of silver mesh and reflective material, and embroidered with the familiar red swoosh on the tongue and sides, the $ 149 objects of my obsession are running shoes more suited to gadding about.
And so he could often be seen on the streets of New York gadding about on his three-speed bicycle, usually attired in a conservative business suit, his spare white hair flopping gently or, in inclement weather, tucked under a black beret.
Alt1ok published his first collection of poems, " Gezgin " ( " Gadding about " ), in 1976, which was followed two years later by " Yerle _ ik yabanc1 " ( " Settled stranger " ) and eight additional collections until 1992.