Some articles on walked:
... Goodrich, a 27-year-old documentary filmmaker, walked from Venice Beach, CA to New York City, with a small crew, including Mark Metivier, John Conway, Satinder Kaur, Leonora Anzaldua Burke ... They walked in shifts, living and working out of an RV that would drive ahead while they walked ...
... As he would throughout his entire career, he walked more batters than he struck out in 22⅓ innings, he walked 15 batters and struck out only nine ... In 176 innings, he walked 96 batters and struck out only 81 ... He walked 81 batters and struck out 64 ...
... Polly Letofsky, 37, walked around the world and as a natural portion of that walked across the United States ... Colorado, and headed west through Arizona, California, then walked around the world entering US shores again in NY ...
... old 'forty-four.'" In a second shooting incident, a miner walked into Chafin's sheriff office in Logan and, without a word, shot him in the chest ... Chafin walked the two blocks to Logan general hospital with a bullet lodged in his chest two inches from his heart ... In a third incident, a disgruntled constituent walked into his office, with a gun drawn and reportedly said "Don Chafin, I'm gonna' shoot you dead." Chafin reached into his desk drawer and ...
... In December 1959, she walked from Edinburgh to London ... In early 1960, she walked from John o'Groats to Land's End in 23 days ... She walked with only nuts, honey, raw fruit and vegetable juice for nourishment ...
Famous quotes containing the word walked:
“Heaven has a Sea of Glass on which angels go sliding every afternoon. There are many golden streets, but the principal thoroughfares are Amen Street and Hallelujah Avenue, which intersect in front of the Throne. These streets play tunes when walked on, and all shoes have songs in them.”
—For the State of Florida, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Yours are no common feet.
The lawyer dont know what it is hes buying:
So many miles you might have walked you wont walk.
You havent run your forty orchids down.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Aeneas. Tis the old Nestor.
Hector. Let me embrace thee, good old chronicle,
That hast so long walked hand in hand with time.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)