Large wading birds such as gulls often receive wing bands.
Still, big money managers like Morgan Stanley are wading in.
But many also criticised her for wading into the protests against the laws that have been defended by the government and its supporters.
After she got exhausted from wading through the hodgepodge of Amazon listings for Easter treats, she shopped on Target’s website instead.
And then there are the Patagonia x Danner River Salt Wading Boots.
They are wading birds and catch small fishes, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, and crustaceans in shallow waters.
Whether he's delivering flame-grilled burns to McDonald's or wading into social issues, all his ads have had panache.
In Port-au-Prince, Haiti, videos on social media showed people wading waist-deep in muddy water in some of the worst flooding seen in years.
They usually feed while wading quietly in the shallow waters of pools, marshes, and swamps, catching frogs, fishes, and other aquatic animals.
Members of the Alabama National Guard are wading into the water with what looks like an endless fishing net, to catch it before it comes ashore.
After Barr’s actions this month, do you think that being worried about wading into political territory remains a credible explanation for his behavior?
Trust deficits make borrowing difficult and hospital leaders say its difficult to get access to the money they need - like wading through treacle, one says - because of perverse rules and regulations.
Unfortunately for me, these wading boots are designed just for wading, letting water in and out (especially at the bottom) so as not to create drag while you're wading.
Others will be processing a perfect storm of guidelines, health concerns, conflicting reports and overlapping information, perhaps while wading through tar pits like public shaming and political coding.
Several thousand Rohingya reached Bangladesh last week, many wading through shallows on the Naf river on the boundary between the two countries, and some making a short, but perilous sea crossing in small boats.
The president has found success wading into contested governor’s primaries in South Carolina, Georgia and Kansas, and he may have had the most impact with his early support for Representative Ron DeSantis, who is leading in the polls in the Florida governor’s primary.
At DCM's CannTech conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, Casa Verde Capital Manager Partner Karan Wadhera spoke about the hurdles facing venture firms that want to invest in cannabis startups but have partners that are not yet comfortable wading into the murky legal waters.
Treating them as a "baseline" would mean some pupils with exceptional coursework, or who had impressed their teacher in class, could still outperform a poor prelim result - but making individual adjustments on this level could prove just as labour-intensive as wading through thousands of appeals.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court heard arguments Friday on whether it should order the dismissal of the Justice Department's prosecution of former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn, wading into a politically charged legal question and a power struggle between two branches of government.
Well, the answer can be found in this programme when Brett Westwood joins naturalist Phil Gates on the Northumberland coast and after wading carefully across a slippery bed of popping seaweed, they explore the sticky ooze of the mud flats, to discover it teeming with life; food for wading birds.
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