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ride

1. control and direct a horse while mounted on it.
2. lane cut through a wood.

ride work
to ride a horse for the purpose of training it for a race.
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Consider a typical nursing home resident who is admitted because he/she can no longer live at home alone: Upon admission, the resident begins to lose a sense of independence and spirit as he or she is told they will be sharing a small room and bathroom with a complete stranger (who may or may not be confused), will receive a schedule for getting up and going to bed, eating their meals, attending activities, and taking showers (they get to ride down the hallway in a commode-on-wheels
After you climb almost a hundred steps to the top, you can ride down the flower-and-butterfly painted slide.
The two commercials, titled "Long Gone" and "Long Ride Down," began airing earlier this month.
A true mountain bike - one that will be a delight to ride down twisting trails, along wooded firebreaks, and on sundappled logging roads - has a light-weight alloy frame designed for agility and speed.
Some will sell their agencies, some will give to their children, and some will ride down their renewals through attrition.
He took a ride down the historic Grand Canal after giving an open-air Mass to 300,0 worshippers in a park on the mainland yesterday.
The event tomorrow includes a 1,500m sea swim from Bamburgh beach, a 42km cycle ride down the Northumberland coast to Alnwick castle and then a 10km run around the castle grounds and gardens.
An English tourist was killed yesterday after she became trapped between rocks while trying to ride down rapids in New Zealand.
In 1999, the Georgia-born actress appeared in the world premiere of Neil Simon's ``The Dinner Party'' at the Mark Taper Forum, followed by a Tony award-nominated turn in Arthur Miller's ``The Ride Down Mt.
A cycle ride down to the point seems inevitable, this made even more pleasant by the fact that a single woman can cycle on a lonely path for 1 and 1 1/2 miles without the fear of being attacked - crime is virtually nil on this island.
The actor enjoyed a ride down a slide with 18-month-old Owen on a visit to New York.
Mavis Pas (left) and Linda Hrebec celebrate a successful practice ride down First Street in Oakridge this week in preparation for the Tree Planting Festival parade.