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On a neighborhood stroll, it appeared — not on a quest like mine.
Still, Capitol Hill is a space where — at least during non-pandemic times — reporters can wander and often run into lawmakers taking a stroll with a spouse, going for a jog with an aide or sharing breakfast inside one of the windowless cafeterias.
The notion that you could take an expertly made cocktail on a stroll to the park or have one delivered to your door was a foreign concept to most of us.
A virtual sculpture park is still a park, an environment where the natural landscape frames and contrasts the man-made art, and a fine spot for a socially distanced stroll.
And when he took an underground stroll he was almost sure to find a few angleworms, which furnished most of his meals.
THE TALE OF GRANDFATHER MOLEARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
"I think I'll stroll down to the tavern and see this stranger," I replied carelessly.
When the waltz is over they stroll out with them into the garden, and order wine, and talk of changing their steamer date.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
To-dau I went for a stroll by the river in whose blue waters are mirrored the willows and the houses that befringe its banks.
MARGUERITEANATOLE FRANCE
And now let us take a stroll, or rather let us walk, for a stroll implies pleasure, and I certainly cannot promise you that.
Towards sunset he and Eric went for a stroll down the bay, and talked over the term and the examination.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR

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