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The members sometimes "perambulate the village, headed by the band of the Mangotsfield detachment of the Bristol Rifles."
At the termination of the mass, troops of women perambulate the streets, during the remainder of the night.
Skeletons still perambulate among us, as in The Messenger, where the stripped-off mask shows a hideous skull.
In the centre of the grassy quadrangle about which the cloisters perambulate is a small, mean, brick building, with a locked door.
Let us perambulate the parish from the bottom of Digbeth, thirty yards north of the bridge.
These officers perambulate the town after dark to punish University wrong-doers, usually by a fine of 6s.
In the centre of the grassy quadrangle about which the cloisters perambulate is a small, mean brick building, with a locked door.
OUR OLD HOMENATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
In former days the public were admitted to perambulate Bedlam on the payment of twopence.
If the gentleman wishes to perambulate America, it is probable he will get there with a little patience.
HOMEWARD BOUNDJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
Since Laveuve was dead, of what use was it for him to kill time and perambulate the pavements pending the arrival of six o'clock?

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