You can see here where she held back and was dragged along a few feet.
What else would be the reason for dragging along a thing like that in your ship?
He was being dragged along the ground by his collar.
Came here dragging along a couple of young children who looked scared to death.
He dragged me back along the landing and on through into the music room.
She picked up his legs and began to drag him along the floor.
This also offers some protection if you are dragged along the ground.
As a result, one wheel is dragged along the track.
They appear to be dragging along one of their number who is bound.
Paul follows John, who seems to be dragging his legs along the floor.
Or two kids dragging on a back road in the middle of the night?
They dragged me to the office on the other side of the house.
If it dragged on I might not be able to hold them together.
These do not drag parts of their body on the ground.
Time would have to drag on a lot longer than it had.
Obviously she didn't want her hair to drag on the ground.
But you know it's not going to drag on all day.
She could feel her feet just dragging on the stone floor.
She was already out of bed and dragging on clothes.
"Why is the county still dragging its feet on this?"
But I think this situation is beginning to wear on him.
You should wear something dark on a night like this.
As the years wore on he followed the news, trying to figure out how things might be different, back home.
The starting point is really what you wear on the night.
She wore on her body a part of his being.
It was wearing on him and probably had been from the beginning.
Don't let him see how this is wearing on you.
Let us know what you wore on your big day.
He has taken to wearing it on his head for fun.
The person seemed to be wearing something on his head.
The final series was extended from three to seven games.
The age range has been extended from 12 to 16 years.
In 1851, the course was extended from two to three years.
Some four months later the time was extended, from 6am until 12pm.
The bank's rights were extended again from 1906 to 1921.
In 1930 the school year was extended from 4 to 6 months.
They have a white face with a dark line extending from the back of the eye and red feet.
During the summer, weekend hours are extended from 10am to 6pm.
A welcome extended this year from the past to the future.
The leaves extend from a central point at ground level.
Six extend into present, five do not come as far.
He also wants to extend the school year six weeks into the summer.
Then we try to extend them into the following year at the same level.
He then extended the lead to 3-0 11 minutes into the second half with his 29th goal of the season.
And the company is again trying to extend its reach into the lower end of the market.
We must also extend our activities into other areas of the new media.
In some areas, this extended well into the early 1970s.
But that project may be extended into a longer series.
With 18 shows in 2011, the tour was extended into 2012.
Given the success of this campaign, it will be extended into 2010.
The disease course in these cases extended over several months.
The research for the book extended over a 20-year period.
The same act extended the vote to all men over the age of 21.
They clearly show how it was extended over the years.
His influence extended all over the state and the nation.
It extended over a period of a full million years.
The meeting began a close relationship that was to extend over a period of 15 years.
The games, he said, sometimes extended over two days, particularly if the president was losing.
One of his arms extended over the desk as he tried to stop her.
But, if successful, the program could be extended and increased over time.
Most of us got out and stretched for a few minutes.
What was to be a stay of six months stretched for years.
The wait, which took but a few minutes, seemed to stretch for hours.
In at least 202 cases, the wait stretched on for 40 minutes or longer.
But first she would have to stretch for five minutes.
No point in stretching for the full five or running over.
You mean you've been stretching your food for that long?
On the right could be seen the whole village, a long street stretching far away for four miles.
The silence seemed to stretch for hours, though it must have only been a moment.
They stretched for nearly half a mile ahead of us.
Reality usually creeps in by the end of the evening.
If raised higher, the door should creep upward slowly by itself.
It was sort of juicy to be creeping around the house by herself.
I would not like to be discovered in there creeping about by night.
Dusk was beginning to creep across the sky by the time she got back to the motel room.
I crept into a dark corner by the sideboard, and watched him.
Books in hand, they crept quietly out by way of the tarpaulin.
I didn't relish the idea of creeping through the empty building by myself.
The true explanation crept over me by slow degrees, like a chill coming on.
She crept close into me by way of a reply.