Striding

Some articles on striding:

Striding Folly
... Striding Folly is a collection of short stories by Dorothy L ... The first two, "Striding Folly" and "The Haunted Policeman", were previously published in Detection Medley (1939), an anthology of detective stories ...
Domination Of Black
... Yes but the color of the heavy hemlocks Came striding ... I saw how the night came, Came striding like the color of the heavy hemlocks I felt afraid ... Also the color of heavy hemlocks "came striding", as from the river Styx ("the Stygian hemlocks", in Vendler's phrase) ...
Cross-country Equestrianism - Course - Walking
... horse, or from combinations that need to be angled to make the striding or to save time ... Striding between combination obstacles, to indicate whether the rider needs to shorten or lengthen the horse's stride ... Striding will vary according to the height and width of the obstacle, whether it is in water, on a hill, or going up or down a bank ...
Tripod (The War Of The Worlds) - Novel
... And this Thing I saw! How can I describe it? A monstrous tripod, higher than many houses, striding over the young pine trees, and smashing them aside in its career a walking engine of glittering metal, striding now ... It picked its road as it went striding along, and the brazen hood that surmounted it moved to and fro with the inevitable suggestion of a head looking about ... Another eyewitness described them as "Boilers on stilts, I tell you, striding along like men." ...
Helvellyn - Topography - Striding Edge
... Striding Edge is a classic scrambling route on Helvellyn, linking the summit ridge of Birkhouse Moor to Helvellyn's summit by what becomes a sharp arĂȘte ... Striding Edge begins at Hole-in-the-Wall and then stretches for over a mile to the Helvellyn summit plateau ... Striding Edge is a notorious accident spot among hikers and scramblers ...