When, however, the crosser does not have the time to run around
the ball, he will have to race to gain a step on the defender and, at the last instant, pivot on his non-kicking foot.
Mrs Swale Pope, a 62-year-old grandmother, revealed the royal interest as she publicised the work called Rosie Swale Pope: Just a Little Run Around
Organiser Kay Boyle, 29, of Hemlington, said: "He said if we raised pounds 50 he'd run around
the lake in a dress, then he said if we raised pounds 100 he'd run around
it in a thong.
Gather your gang for a game of VERB Toss, Pig Ball or Run Around
The contrast between the curved and angular geometries is further emphasised by theatrically oversailing brises soleils that run around
each floor, like the slats of an oversized venetian blind.
James' Park, the group headed for a casual run around
some of the other parks in London.
Critics yesterday warned the short breaks risked driving up child obesity by denying youngsters a chance to run around
and giving them an incentive to wolf down junk food.
As previously reported in the Telegraph, he has hip dysplasia, which means he finds it difficult to stand up on his own, and needs two expensive operations so that he can run around
like other young dogs.