- It allows women to collect fresh and unpolluted water on their doorsteps rather than being forced to trek many frustrating miles.
- Despite a walkout staged by the opposition groups the kmt managed to pass laws that makes the central government a monopoloy on not just lottery tickets but also car racing horse racing boat racing and virtually all other forms of gambling.
- "As a result he found many inaccuracies in the travel notes written by his predecessors.in order to get a detailed and truthful picture of the places he visited he seldom traveled by cart or boat.he would walk across hills and dales and trudge long distances and to find out the true features of the great world of nature he would venture far out into jungles seldom visited by human beings."
- Thus he traveled from western china to the northeastern provinces covering over a thousand miles and only after years of desperate search was he brought to the home of his brother through the latter's son recognizing his name on an umbrella left standing against a wall while he was in a public privy.
- Progress was slow as they had to trudge through deep mud.
- They had to trek for miles through inhospitable countryside.
- They trekked for three days along the banks of the zambezi.
- They continued marching or plodding.
- Swig perhaps air live whom male domination; I did not share the ancients unparalleled talented but said merry students but also to see the south.
- And towards our distant rest began to trudge.
- A country ridden by soldier.
- Because all50states and the district of columbia have their own regulators insurers whether domestic or foreign that want to operate nationally must traipse from albany to sacramento seeking permission.
- To march or trudge through or as if through mud.
- I was pooped after the long walk.
- It was a hard trudge up the hill.