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Oh, the Saunterer is not that much of an ogre.
Your uncle's name pops up in the Saunterer's column every now and then.
Amongst all the clubs, the object of every town saunterer!
Jostling shoulders with bums, the saunterer continued his slow pace.
Not so, the Saunterer discovered a fortnight ago.
As one saunters - a delightful word said to be created by Thoreau, an inveterate saunterer - imagination and reality dance close.
There goes a Saint Terrer, a saunterer, a Holy Lander.
The Saunterer gave the impression that he was more than eager to print not only devastating truths but ingenious libels about the rich and powerful.
He won the race by three lengths from Skirmisher, with Saunterer about three lengths further behind in third place.
The Saunterer," Will repeated. "
Her daughter Blue Devils foaled the dam of Goodwood Cup winner Saunterer.
Vedette won the two and a half mile race by half a length from Saunterer, with Black Tommy a further six lengths behind in third place.
Her interest in street photography can be traced back to a nineteenth century concept of the flâneur - or stroller, lounger, saunterer or loafer. '
His satisfaction communicates itself to a third saunterer through the long vacation in Kenge and Carboy's office, to wit, Young Smallweed.
He published the irresistible weekly Town Topics, where, as the Saunterer, he confided to his readers a man-about-towns inside knowledge of societys dark side.
The Strange Liberty of Walking 'Walden' - In: The Concord Saunterer.
Clarke contributed to the Tyne Mercury a series of papers, later expanded and published in The Saunterer (Newcastle, 1805, 2nd ed.
The Concord Saunterer: A Journal of Thoreau Studies, New Series, Vol.
Although offered a line, Belt declined with a polite "Good Afternoon", and steered Saunterer's bowsprit straight through Tyne's saloon window.
In 1872, he purchased the British stud Leamington, who sired the champions Iroquois, Harold, and Saunterer at Erdenheim.
G. K. Chesterton, a self-confessed station saunterer, celebrated the station as a temple of tradition, a comforting source of continuity in a world increasingly dedicated to change:
Among George Lorillard's best horses were Saunterer, Vanguard, Grenada, Tom Ochiltree, and Duke of Magenta.
As a broodmare-sire, he produced Ellen Middleton, and dams of Wild Dayrell, Saunterer, Mainstone, Sunbeam, and Mainbrace.
And then I recall Thoreau's voice, "...the saunterer, in the good sense, is no more vagrant than the meandering river, which is all the while sedulously seeking the shortest course to the sea."
Tom Costello rode Lorillard's Saunterer to a win in the 1881 Preakness and Belmont Stakes and in 1882 captured his second Preakness Stakes on Lorillard's colt, Vanguard.
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