pedal vs peddle

pedal peddle

Definitions

  • 1) A lever operated by one's foot that is used to control a machine or mechanism, such as a bicycle or piano
  • 2) medicine a foot or footlike part.
  • 3) A similar foot-operated part attached to a crank and used for powering various devices, such as a bicycle.
  • 4) A pedal point.
  • 5) A foot-operated lever used for actuating or controlling a mechanism, as in a loom, sewing machine, piano, or organ.
  • 6) A pedal keyboard.
  • 7) (Mech.) A lever or key acted on by the foot, as in the pianoforte to raise the dampers, or in the organ to open and close certain pipes; a treadle, as in a lathe or a bicycle.
  • 8) (Geom.) A pedal curve or surface.
  • 9) a sustained bass note
  • 10) a lever that is operated with the foot
  • 11) A pedal curve or surface, or one of which another is the pedal curve or surface.
  • 12) Same as organ-point.
  • 13) In geometry, a pedal triangle (which see, under triangle).
  • 14) In musical instruments, a foot-lever; a metal or wooden key or projecting bar operated by the foot. , ,
  • 15) Any part of a machine or apparatus which is intended to receive and transmit power from the foot of the operator; a treadle: as, the pedals of a bicycle.
  • 16) Of or relating to the foot.
  • 17) Of or relating to a pedal.
  • 18) Of or relating to a foot or footlike part.
  • 19) (Geom.) the curve or surface which is the locus of the feet of perpendiculars let fall from a fixed point upon the straight lines tangent to a given curve, or upon the planes tangent to a given surface.
  • 20) (Mus.) an organ which has pedals or a range of keys moved by the feet; that portion of a full organ which is played with the feet.
  • 21) Of or pertaining to a pedal; having pedals.
  • 22) (Mus.) the note which is held or sustained through an organ point. See Organ point, under Organ.
  • 23) Of or pertaining to the foot, or to feet, literally or figuratively; specifically (Zoöl.), pertaining to the foot of a mollusk.
  • 24) of or relating to the feet
  • 25) To operate a pedal attached to a wheel in a continuous circular motion.
  • 26) To operate a bicycle.
  • 27) operate the pedals on a keyboard instrument
  • 28) ride a bicycle
  • 29) To ride a bicycle.
  • 30) To use or operate a pedal or pedals.
  • 31) To operate the pedals of.

Definitions

  • 1) To sell illegal narcotics.
  • 2) To sell things, especially door to door.
  • 3) derogatory, figuratively To spread or cause to spread.
  • 4) sell or offer for sale from place to place
  • 5) To travel about selling wares.
  • 6) To travel about selling (wares).
  • 7) Informal To seek to disseminate; give out.
  • 8) To occupy oneself with trifles.
  • 9) To engage in the illicit sale of (narcotics).
  • 10) To do a small business; to be busy about trifles; to piddle.
  • 11) To travel about with wares for sale; to go from place to place, or from house to house, for the purpose of retailing goods.
  • 12) To sell from place to place; to retail by carrying around from customer to customer; to hawk; hence, to retail in very small quantities.

Examples

  • 1) We used ours to hire bikes and pedal along the seafront.
  • 2) This young team will now be more aware that taking their foot off the pedal only for one moment can be fatal.
  • 3) I was stunned, as my foot had not touched the brake pedal.
  • 4) If you lose a goal, you lose the game - keep your foot on the pedal.
  • 5) The high heel folds inside the sole to make pedal control easier.
  • 6) And the clutch pedal is far too close to the centre console.
  • 7) Trying to pedal away from a fashion enemy would be hard.
  • 8) When did braces move from being pedal to dental?
  • 9) Or tying them to the back of his bike and pedalling really fast.
  • 10) There are also sporty drilled aluminium pedals.
  • 11) Businesses must not take their foot off the pedal during the final stretch.
  • 12) Managers say that many employees have taken to pedalling home for lunch to increase their bonus payments.
  • 13) On the second day in the studio he put the pedal through the bass drum.
  • 14) Behind the scenes he is furiously pedalling away to keep his players buoyant.
  • 15) The keys and pedals moved exactly the same way he played them.
  • 16) You also get the obligatory racing aluminium pedals and the instrument panel is lit with white LEDs.
  • 17) Her entire being was directed at a few minutes of pedalling around an indoor track in China.
  • 18) Facing the middle cone in an athletic stance, back pedal to the cone behind you.
  • 19) Well, that was the end of the pedal car.
  • 20) But she must pack for a music festival and so pedals off, back to her life.
  • 21) Visitors can trigger the sound until 7pm today by pedalling a static bike.
  • 22) When you press the brake pedal, the pads squeeze the disc and slow the wheel.
  • 23) This is because the clutch pedal is jammed right up against the centre console and there is consequently nowhere to put your left foot.
  • 24) You pedal such bicycles normally, but trying to pedal backwards applies a hub brake at the rear wheel.
  • 25) He will get special kit to steer the plane, using his prosthetic leg to control the rudder pedals.
  • 26) The main drawback with using exercise bicycles is that pedalling in one place for 20 minutes or so can be boring!
  • 27) It's much more satisfying to pedal around or along a natural feature rather than a random shape of your own making on the map.
  • 28) There are other nice touches on the inside, too, such as the blue instrument dials and aluminium pedals.
  • 29) She often used the term pedal or pedalo-French slang for a homosexual-draping it with condescension, pity, and disapproval.
  • 30) You may not have ever heard the term pedal notes before, but we're sure you've heard them used in countless solos, and in many different styles of music.
  • 31) ‘All of this excess motion can rob the cyclist of the power that needs to be delivered to the pedals to drive the bicycle forward.’
  • 32) ‘The rider sits on a saddle, propels the vehicle by means of pedals, and steers with handlebars on the front wheel.’
  • 33) ‘It's more important for a race bike to actively absorb washboard and roots so riders can stay seated, powering the pedals to the finish line.’
  • 34) ‘That's the best position to use gravity to your advantage by letting your weight drop down onto the pedals and power you up the climb.’
  • 35) ‘I put more power to the pedals, but my legs felt heavy and Annie climbed away, now 20 yards ahead.’
  • 36) ‘However, every pair of pedals except his bent ones felt weird to him!’
  • 37) ‘The vixen had a small white tip to her tail, and also a splash of white on the front of each paw which caused her feet to flicker in the bright glare like reflectors on bicycle pedals.’
  • 38) ‘When he stands on the pedals of a trainer-mounted bicycle, he has a healthy saturation level.’
  • 39) ‘The pedal of his bicycle tore into the calf of his leg and he required two operations, on Friday and Saturday, to clean and stitch the gaping wound.’
  • 40) ‘pedaling was accomplished by levers or off-set pedals, and gearing was added, thus compensating for speed loss.’
  • 41) ‘The pedals and gear lever are ideally placed, adding to the agreeable feeling of a design thoroughly researched and carefully implemented.’
  • 42) ‘She grabbed the small bike from its resting place against the chimney and with one foot on the pedal propelled it to the gate.’
  • 43) ‘I was wobbly and unsure of myself as I pushed down on the pedal, propelling the bike slowly forward.’
  • 44) ‘If the water is real deep, try ratcheting your pedals by doing quarter pedal strokes.’
  • 45) ‘It's time to get a new pair of mountain bike pedals and I was wondering how I can find out which ones have truly free float.’
  • 46) ‘When you stop pedaling, level the pedals so you can more easily shift your weight to steer, instead of moving the bar.’
  • 47) ‘This triangle represents the three spots of contact we have with our bicycles; the handlebars, the seat, and the pedals.’
  • 48) ‘He paused to adjust his gear lever and glance down at his pedals.’
  • 49) ‘I removed the pedals, brakes, cables, the front tire and the straight handlebar.’
  • 50) ‘Another moviegoer left his shoes, and a third his bike pedal.’
  • 51) ‘The gear lever was at his right hand, the brake in the throttle pedal's usual place.’
  • 52) ‘Second, the brake and master cylinder rotate as the front end deforms, moving the clutch and brake pedal forward.’
  • 53) ‘Further tests are planned on gas, brake and clutch pedals.’
  • 54) ‘‘A lot of people use the clutch and the brake pedal in the wrong order,’ said Smyth.’
  • 55) ‘His feet buried the clutch and brake pedal into the floorboard.’
  • 56) ‘There is lots of power but I found the accelerator and brake pedals were too close together.’
  • 57) ‘I'd also like a brake pedal rather than a brake switch.’
  • 58) ‘The large flat dash and the amount of room given to the driver, including acres of space beside the clutch pedal, add to this feeling.’
  • 59) ‘The throttle pedal is smooth and not at all jerky.’
  • 60) ‘The engine could then be restarted when the driver takes his foot off the brake pedal.’
  • 61) ‘This has resulted in the car getting a whole new steering system and a slightly revised brake pedal with shorter travel.’
  • 62) ‘I shall not be able to manage a clutch pedal and stick shift for ever, and I know it.’
  • 63) ‘Initially I had trouble with the accelerator and brake pedals.’
  • 64) ‘Skelton said investigators determined that a large rock was put on the gas pedal, the vehicle slipped into gear and sent over a cliff.’
  • 65) ‘Ford also has stressed new adjustable pedals for making the vehicles more comfortable for women drivers.’
  • 66) ‘The driving position is exceptionally comfortable, with everything from steering wheel to seat to pedals to gear lever ideally positioned for the average person.’
  • 67) ‘All he did was touch the clutch while going downhill, instead of keeping his feet well clear of the pedals and allowing the vehicle to trundle down in low-ratio first gear.’
  • 68) ‘Things I really liked about the interior include the power adjustable pedals, easy fold rear seats, and a truly fab navigation system.’
  • 69) ‘He thrusts the gas pedal to the floor and it burns rubber and takes off.’
  • 70) ‘The driving position is pretty good, even if the pedals are a little offset to the left.’
  • 71) ‘The basic notes of his music are very few and usually surrounded by a haze of the overtones created by the damper pedal of the piano.’
  • 72) ‘During performance, most students will need to stand while depressing the damper pedal to access the interior of the piano.’
  • 73) ‘I took this opportunity, not only to answer her question and remind her of the proper name for the damper pedal, but also to explore the piano and how it worked.’
  • 74) ‘Frequently the pedal of the piano is held down for many minutes.’
  • 75) ‘We may not reach sight reading at all during his lesson because he needs so much help using the damper pedal correctly during one of his repertoire pieces.’
  • 76) ‘Bobby battled through a concert even though gout prevented him from working the piano's pedals.’
  • 77) ‘I took the speaker and sat it on the sustain pedal of a grand piano so the strings were all open.’
  • 78) ‘Technically, Miss Stein's economy of commas may be compared with a complete renunciation of the pedal in playing the piano.’
  • 79) ‘Today I asked your child to depress the right pedal, to stop the action of the dampers so that the strings could vibrate freely.’
  • 80) ‘The big sounds of Brahms go out in smudges, the pedals drowning them in an effort to be loud and large.’
  • 81) ‘When she played Satie on her own, I noticed she used the sustaining pedal sparingly.’
  • 82) ‘He uses rubato more liberally, and also the sustaining pedal.’
  • 83) ‘Part of Gould's achievement is that his refusal to use the sustaining pedal puts the guts back into Bach.’
  • 84) ‘Some of the tonal increases, however require better use of the sustaining pedal.’
  • 85) ‘In this period the piano was beginning to replace the harpsichord and clavichord in popularity, and allowed for new experimental sonorities and the use of the sustaining pedal.’
  • 86) ‘The recordings capture the sound of his fingers on the keys, the depression of the pedals, and the click of the microphone as it turns off.’
  • 87) ‘He could sustain long, singing legato lines without becoming dependent on the pedal.’
  • 88) ‘Arrange your feet on the soft and sustaining pedals in readiness to carry out instructions - always clearly marked in the score.’
  • 89) ‘She also is unafraid to be generous with the pedal, yet clarity isn't sacrificed.’
  • 90) ‘The pedal plays a large role in creating a musical perception of legato, and for small-handed pianists, it is indispensable.’
  • 91) ‘The same format was often imitated at the organ, the pedal taking the bass and the manuals the treble lines.’
  • 92) ‘This implementation enables you to create a true dual-manual organ with bass pedals, a swell pedal and faders to control the drawbars.’
  • 93) ‘I understand that some of the older organs have quite short pedals, which meant you had to always play with the toes and not the heel.’
  • 94) ‘He was replaced by guitarist Paul Ducann, whilst Crane took up bass duties using the bass pedals of his trusty Hammond organ.’
  • 95) ‘This Hassler's chief excellence on the organ consists in his foot-work, which, since the pedals are graded here, is not so very wonderful.’
  • 96) ‘The organ is played with the help of keyboard and foot pedals.’
  • 97) ‘Meanwhile, you are perched in a pleasant enough, mildly elevated driving position whose only disadvantage is that it causes you to stamp down on the foot controls slightly, as if you were operating the pedals on a church organ.’
  • 98) ‘It is usually associated with the organ, although it proves originally to have been intended for the harpsichord with pedals.’
  • 99) ‘The guitarist fiddled with various electronic devices and guitar pedals throughout the show, showing great musical versatility.’
  • 100) ‘Solid-body guitars were combined with new sonic modification devices such as distortion boxes and wah-wah pedals.’
  • 101) ‘The band looks confused, their pedals keep making funny noises, their vocals come and go.’
  • 102) ‘I was pretty surprised he didn't break out a wah-wah pedal before it ended.’
  • 103) ‘How often do you see an acoustic guitar grumped up through a distortion pedal?’
  • 104) ‘In high school, I started dabbling around with the guitar and some other instruments, alongside my experiments with turntables, pedals, samplers and four-track recorders.’
  • 105) ‘Robinson's use of analog mixing boards and guitar pedals leaves an essence of loving care to each of the eleven songs on the album.’
  • 106) ‘The distortion pedals aren't used as much on their new album.’
  • 107) ‘‘We do use effect pedals like anybody else would,’ Sasso says.’
  • 108) ‘They are a country outfit with a lead foot on the distortion pedal.’
  • 109) ‘She struggled through about 30 minutes playing guitar through a wah-wah pedal and quickly headed for the exit.’
  • 110) ‘Jeff grinned as he stomped on a few switches on his distortion pedal, and a second later was pounding out the heavy rift.’
  • 111) ‘He plugged it into his amp and tried a few different effects from his pedal - the guitar sounded like a dream.’
  • 112) ‘If I recorded a song using a guitar pedal that sounded really dodgy, would you accept my excuse that ‘it can't be perfect’?’
  • 113) ‘On a borrowed a bicycle, he pedals over hills and along dirt roads, encountering impenetrable characters and glimpses of his own nature.’
  • 114) ‘When the girls came pedalling along in the Bordeaux race - all legs and flowing hair - they were a sensation.’
  • 115) ‘You can see cyclists pedalling along, chatting away happily.’
  • 116) ‘On what was the hottest day of our trip we pedalled along quite happily.’
  • 117) ‘I doggedly pedaled along but I was so not enjoying this little excursion.’
  • 118) ‘One of the reasons I like cycling is that you can get into long reveries while pedalling along.’
  • 119) ‘As we pedalled along we talked about anything and everything.’
  • 120) ‘As I pedaled along, slowly to enjoy the morning, I noticed a park bench whose legs were submerged in the dark lake waters.’
  • 121) ‘In the last few weeks, two groups of long-distance bicycle trekkers have pedaled through town, and another is making plans to depart soon.’
  • 122) ‘She was back on her bicycle pedaling all around town.’
  • 123) ‘I straddled my bicycle and pedaled off to Emily's farm.’
  • 124) ‘The man just nodded, climbed on his bicycle and pedaled away.’
  • 125) ‘Two girls on bikes with baskets pedalled along the towpath.’
  • 126) ‘He pedals to the barbershop, to his doctor appointments, to visit his friends and go out to lunch.’
  • 127) ‘She was pedalling straight into a heavy wind, and it was tough going.’
  • 128) ‘That afternoon, as we pedalled around the blue lake (so called for the clarity of its waters), Leonard voiced some concern about the wedding.’
  • 129) ‘The girl told the inquest: ‘Sam turned his bike round and started pedalling off.’’
  • 130) ‘The six-day bike trip saw Chris pedalling 120 miles-per-day.’
  • 131) ‘Not really accustomed to winter biking, I gingerly pedalled down an alley on the packed snow, and unexpectedly gathered speed.’
  • 132) ‘I took a last slug of the water in my bottle, hopped back on the bike, and pedalled merrily home.’
  • 133) ‘But we are also abandoning red meat, drinking bottled water, double-locking our doors at night and sending our kids out with a crash helmet when they're pedalling the trike around the lawn.’
  • 134) ‘They allow those adults to pedal the trike around in the water.’
  • 135) ‘Begin moving your legs in a circular motion, as if pedaling a bicycle.’
  • 136) ‘One delight, as long as it is not too early in the morning, is that everybody, from chambermaids to handymen, make their way around the property pedalling a bicycle and singing sweetly.’
  • 137) ‘By age 3, children delight in chasing and being chased, using playground equipment, pedaling a small tricycle, and trying new forms of locomotion such as galloping and trotting.’
  • 138) ‘Many of the emails we received chronicled scandalous miscarriages of justice such as the chap clocked at 83 mph while pedalling a bicycle down the A12.’
  • 139) ‘Warm and sunny, and I can still feel the radiating heat of the sun working on the muscles of my back as I pedalled my bicycle through the park, across the road from my house.’
  • 140) ‘It is very difficult to pedal a bicycle in long skirts and petticoats.’
  • 141) ‘Between piano lessons and shooting hoops, the boy pedaled his bike to the friend's house over several evenings to work on the site's content.’
  • 142) ‘John, the guy from Brooklyn who pedals his bike over every weekend, would teach my gangly boy how to assert himself under the boards.’
  • 143) ‘Earl stayed through college, pedaling his bike several miles to and from K-State and earning a degree in sociology and psychology.’
  • 144) ‘Anyway I was pedaling my bike down the street last weekend after softball practice, and a bug flew into my mouth.’
  • 145) ‘Crammed into sweltering buses and sleek subway cars, pedaling their rusty bikes, they swarm to work.’
  • 146) ‘I'm now 26 years old yet I can still clearly hear the jokes of my brother, while he pedaled his bike towards our neighborhood’
  • 147) ‘Chelsea pedaled her bike past Danny's house for the seventh time, and tried not to make it obvious that she was looking for him.’
  • 148) ‘I would pedal my bike up back roads to visit them, and they would teach me radio.’
  • 149) ‘On Monday as I drove along the Esplanade, I noticed a blond girl following behind a two or three year old toddler pedalling a bike along the path.’
  • 150) ‘One man stares at it dangerously while pedalling his bicycle along the road.’
  • 151) ‘There were also the lovely old bikes, penny farthings and boneshakers being pedalled around.’
  • 152) ‘Because a rider has very little mechanical advantage if the bike is in 15th gear, the bike would be very hard to pedal, and it would take a while to get up to speed.’
  • 153) ‘Shipston junior triathlete Natalie Smith is pedalling hard for success this year as she aims for the ultimate prize - representing her country in international competition.’
  • 154) ‘The anarchists sped down Clarendon, followed by 30 uniformed Boston policemen pedaling hard.’
  • 155) ‘The rider then has a choice: to stop the bike or to pedal faster.’
  • 156) ‘Then I had to pedal on a bike for 10 minutes while she gradually beefed up the resistance and monitored my heart rate.’
  • 157) ‘It's very hard to keep pedalling, even in the lowest gear and I couldn't complete it without stopping several times.’
  • 158) ‘I was riding, and the harder I pedalled, the faster I went.’
  • 159) ‘She's not a competitive girl, but if anyone passes us she gets all antsy and starts pedaling real hard and says, ‘Dad!’’
  • 160) ‘It shifts smoothly, almost regardless of how hard you're pedaling.’
  • 161) ‘Make your climbs more difficult by pedaling harder each time you head back up.’
  • 162) ‘He pedaled as hard as he could, and it wasn't enough, so he pedaled harder.’
  • 163) ‘Donny pedaled harder and harder until he could feel his leg muscles burn into knots.’
  • 164) ‘The weather was getting progressively worse, making it harder to pedal, but those in the lead kept pushing all the way to the finish.’
  • 165) ‘The chain was rusty and it was hard to pedal, but it was all we could afford.’
  • 166) ‘He glances at his left wrist, gauging how hard he should pedal and how long he can last.’
  • 167) ‘I do intervals on the stationary bike, pedaling for 30 seconds as hard as I can and then easing up for 30 seconds, and so on.’
  • 168) ‘When not pedalling, always keep your pedals level.’
  • 169) ‘One way of detecting a bent crank or a bent pedal spindle is to pedal backwards.’
  • 170) ‘She pedals with full-out effort for just under a minute.’
  • 171) ‘As long as you keep pedalling, you won't fall over, and as long as you steer, you won't run into anything.’
  • 172) ‘The composer provides clear indications for dynamics, pedaling and phrasing.’
  • 173) ‘The student will enjoy exploring the many colors of piano dynamics, voicing and pedaling.’
  • 174) ‘He made something veiled and mysterious of the central fugue, and his virtuoso pedalling in the work's later stages was impressive.’
  • 175) ‘‘Scherzo’ requires lightness in fingerwork and pedaling.’
  • 176) ‘These boundaries give students time to focus on the many details of the score; articulation, fingering, pedaling, note and rhythmic accuracy are achieved in a much more dependable fashion.’
  • 177) ‘Part One is titled ‘In the Practice Room’ and discusses sound, touch, technique, articulation, phrasing, timing, pedaling and practicing.’
  • 178) ‘Given the ludicrously slow tempo and poor pedaling he imposes throughout, he is not even remotely up to the work's complex technical demands.’
  • 179) ‘Skills such as shaping of line, pedaling, wrist rotation, voicing and chord playing can be easily incorporated into the piano lesson.’
  • 180) ‘Pizarro manages to combine these romantic emotional extremes with unusual clarity, bringing out lines that can often be marred and mushed by foggy sustain pedalling.’
  • 181) ‘Here the rapid development of the piano was important, with its expanding range of pitch and dynamics and the effects made possible by pedalling.’
  • 182) ‘But there are too many variables such as speed and pedaling that are not accurately duplicated.’
  • 183) ‘When a pianist actually looks at the damper action while pedaling, or watches the hammers strike the string for only a split second, her body will shift to a more kinesthetic, intuitive and efficient mode.’
  • 184) ‘This is a terrific showpiece for the pianist who loves to explore exotic sounds, experiment with subtle shadings and pedaling, and create a stylized tableau with careful articulation and voicing control.’
  • 185) ‘They are well edited, with pedal markings that help the student realize the special effects pedaling needed for a jazz styling, and adequate but not overdone fingerings.’
  • 186) ‘A roll was fitted in behind the front panel of the piano and then all the ‘pianist’ had to do was to pedal to keep the music flowing.’
  • 187) ‘Scaphopods burrow by projecting their foot into the substrate and contracting pedal retractor muscles to pull the animal downward.’
  • 188) ‘Most actinarians are sessile; that is, they live attached to rocks or other substrates and do not move, or move only very slowly by contractions of the pedal disk.’
  • 189) ‘Near the pedal ganglia is a pair of statocysts, which are ovid or spherical.’
  • 190) ‘The legendary Arkle was the King George VI champion in 1965 but during the following year's race he broke a pedal bone.’
  • 191) ‘There was some pedal oedema with good pedal pulses.’

Examples

  • 1) FRANCE are on the way back, or at least that is the line being peddled.
  • 2) We have a poverty lobby which has peddled one line for years.
  • 3) This is not to say that we have a political line to peddle.
  • 4) But does that make him more reprehensible than anyone else who took drugs or peddled them?
  • 5) Be careful if you are looking for help online because some websites are peddling counterfeit drugs.
  • 6) This was not a line he was peddling, this was his heartfelt conviction.
  • 7) When their money ran short, he stole from drunks and peddled drugs.
  • 8) Two men were arrested, suspected of peddling drugs.
  • 9) People should come to have fun - not come to clubs where they are peddled drugs.
  • 10) Contrary to the myths peddled by politicians, lack of social mobility is not a significant problem.
  • 11) He peddled myth after myth as he claimed Britain had cut off food supplies to his country and wrecked its economy.
  • 12) A commonly peddled myth that only the bookmakers have the contacts and wherewithal to lobby government has been discreetly disproved in recent weeks.
  • 13) On the one hand, he is a senior England player with a team line to peddle.
  • 14) Give him a few months in office and America won't have any influence left to peddle.
  • 15) The longer that these myths are peddled, the longer we will fail to build the affordable homes we need in the places we need them.
  • 16) The Government is not peddling a myth; it is trying to escape from a horror story.
  • 17) He needs that if he's going to carry on peddling the line that we're all in this together.
  • 18) When I was at teacher training college in the early 1980s they were peddling the same lines.
  • 19) The FA has peddled the idea of it being your England team too far.
  • 20) The two activities do not go well together: presumably even cyclists who peddle from the saddle would not attempt to do so without stopping.
  • 21) Number of times Mixer will lie, demand asymmetric evidence, and back peddle from a pathetic argument: infinite.
  • 22) Very few people, even propagandists knowingly lie, and they tend to believe what they peddle is in fact very true.
  • 23) She and one guy (Eddie) escape in a "peddle"-powered (seriously, that's how it's spelled) submarine, and out in the ocean, they meet a strange zombie thing who calls himself Coleridge and is apparently curse-bound to recite "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" (and, if you don't know it, holy crap is it a long poem!) to them.
  • 24) And screw all the Independents too, all they peddle is crappy fringe music the masses don’t like or want anyway at expensive prices!
  • 25) Two quirky labels peddle delightful kitsch - bags with bright rickshaw art and ensembles with wicked James Bond lines The kitschdom arrived sometime ago.
  • 26) Two quirky labels peddle delightful kitsch - bags with bright rickshaw Delhi can be rather dull, despite its high-end designer boutiques, but the weekend saw heightened activity, thanks to the launch of Designer Varun Sardana stripped the runway bare and removed the seats from the show area on Day 4.
  • 27) ‘I am still facing totally vindictive charges relating to that little incident with that chap who invaded my doorstep peddling household goods.’
  • 28) ‘They peddle goods up and down the country - on foot.’
  • 29) ‘The smell of strange and exotic spices led us to the huge indoor food market with rows and rows of locals peddling everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to nuts, spices and flowers.’
  • 30) ‘Much the same advice applies as in Spain; avoid leather goods and wooden trinkets, especially those peddled by hawkers who wander the beaches of the Algarve interrupting your sunbathing.’
  • 31) ‘It's odd though to be in a building with all of those faces, who for some reason or another have left their mark, who have become iconic enough for postcards of their likeness to be peddled to tourists.’
  • 32) ‘These are then peddled in factory canteens and through catalogues at ‘half bookshop price or less’.’
  • 33) ‘Hundreds of vendors peddle everything from mutton kebabs and beef soup to fried twisted dough and steamed rose cakes.’
  • 34) ‘Nineteenth-century medicine vendors often peddled tonics as a cure-all for symptoms as varied as a mild cough or severe rash.’
  • 35) ‘The ruined city of Vakith stood deserted, but the distant memory of children playing or merchants peddling their wares echoed in Drakas' ears.’
  • 36) ‘They took to the streets of the inner city to wash cars, sell cakes, peddle perfume, polish shoes and give massages and manicures, all in a bid to make a quick buck.’
  • 37) ‘A plethora of street vendors enthusiastically peddle their wares a bottle's throw from the two pubs.’
  • 38) ‘But they shouldn't get too big for their britches just yet - they could find themselves peddling CDs on the streets of LA just like one of their predecessors.’
  • 39) ‘A teenage drug dealer who peddled heroin and crack cocaine on the streets of Swindon is facing a lengthy jail term.’
  • 40) ‘A suspect in a major investigation into a drugs gang that had a nationwide network peddling heroin is believed to be back in Britain.’
  • 41) ‘A former town centre security guard who rented a car for drug dealers to use to peddle heroin across Swindon has been jailed for a year.’
  • 42) ‘A gang of evil drug dealers have been put behind bars for a total of nearly 20 years for peddling cocaine, Ecstasy and amphetamines.’
  • 43) ‘There are only about a thousand real addicts in Britain, and nobody is going to make a fortune peddling heroin because the addicts can get it on prescription.’
  • 44) ‘The drug dealer, identified simply as XXXX, is ready to retire with the fortune he made peddling cocaine.’
  • 45) ‘The court heard she continued to peddle heroin after her arrest, and was on a conditional discharge and probation for two separate offences of shoplifting during the drug crimes.’
  • 46) ‘Trafficking is linked to international crime syndicates that peddle drugs, guns and false documents as well as people.’
  • 47) ‘But when low grades kept him from attending college, he hit the streets, peddling crack cocaine.’
  • 48) ‘The whole thing reinforced my opposition to drugs and those who peddle them.’
  • 49) ‘Illegal drugs are also peddled inside the compound; this has been the cause of much of the fighting.’
  • 50) ‘He spent his early 20s peddling dope and stolen cars, and making bogus stock trades.’
  • 51) ‘Pushers peddle drugs hidden inside cigarette boxes spread out on the sidewalk.’
  • 52) ‘They were charged with such heavy-duty crimes as petty theft, peddling phony drivers licenses, and making unlicensed money transfers.’
  • 53) ‘Instead of peddling drugs and booze, they now peddled women.’
  • 54) ‘I could be running out of the hospital now to peddle pharmacy-fresh methadone to junkies on the street.’
  • 55) ‘Teenagers are being recruited by hardcore London-based criminal gangs to peddle drugs on the streets of Swindon.’
  • 56) ‘It may not have been through free will, but a substantial amount of the drug was peddled in this area causing grief, misery and upset.’
  • 57) ‘But it is the overall image of drugs being peddled openly and used by, in some instances children as young as 12, that is causing growing concern.’
  • 58) ‘Hard drugs are peddled to misguided youth and more than a few backdoor ‘massage parlours’ are in operation.’
  • 59) ‘And this idea has been peddled by the intellectual elite in Britain for many years, more assiduously than anywhere else, to the extent that it is now taken for granted.’
  • 60) ‘I believe it is unreasonable for people who have obviously never been to the city to peddle their stereotypical views as facts.’
  • 61) ‘We live in a time when all sorts of ideas and newfangled methods of writing instruction are being peddled by writers of educational material.’
  • 62) ‘The idea of British ‘sportsmanship’ was peddled for popular consumption in the years leading up to the war.’
  • 63) ‘The notion, often peddled by politicians and bureaucrats, that there is some sort of trade-off between machines and people in a defence force is fundamentally flawed.’
  • 64) ‘The story about the aluminum tubes seems not to have been true, even though we're still peddling that.’
  • 65) ‘No-one peddles more myths than the conventional economist, whose view of the world bears only the slightest connection to reality.’
  • 66) ‘My first reaction was to think, ‘Here's some Neanderthal guy trying to peddle outdated gender stereotypes.’’
  • 67) ‘The article recommends writing about your sex life, getting fired for writing a weblog and peddling extreme opinions.’
  • 68) ‘What confounds all reasoning is how such poor material could be peddled to his eager fan base.’
  • 69) ‘Such tactics merely disguise the fact that the avant-garde of the art world has been peddling more or less the same idea for over eighty years.’
  • 70) ‘What are being peddled are not even promises but pure lies.’
  • 71) ‘And it's what is being peddled in too many of our newspapers and in too many of our classrooms.’
  • 72) ‘And he accused them of peddling the ‘myth’ that only a few were brainy enough to do well.’
  • 73) ‘The ‘scandal’ stories were the essence of the politics of the decade - peddled by scribes who most often didn't understand the drama in which they were but bit players.’
  • 74) ‘Hatred, they argue, is seldom if ever a grassroots movement, but is ‘culturally propagated’, that is, peddled by the chattering classes.’
  • 75) ‘And in particular, this kind of bad science is being peddled for political ends, which makes it especially pressing to deplore it.’
  • 76) ‘It's just that, as a vegan, I'm sick of reading misinformation paid for and peddled by hugely rich, destructive corporations.’
  • 77) ‘They reveal so many surprising and new facts that it is a damning indictment of the usual histories that are peddled in schools and colleges.’
  • 78) ‘All we know of it is that it was being peddled to Sunday newspapers with an asking price of £60,000.’
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