Dave, Calvert, and I are taking a walk down the hallways of NBC into a deserted stairwell.
All this after Susan had just ironically yelled at her ex: “I can walk down the street and hold my head high!”
Plenty of famous people can walk down the street without a mob.
“Weightless 11 times, they said—I only counted four,” he says as we walk down the ramp.
Johnson is the first cop not wearing riot gear and carrying an assault rifle to walk down Florissant in the past few days.
Rapidly and in silence they crossed the court and began to walk down the avenue.
I am going directly home, too; and we will walk down together.
Mr Elbraham went angrily out into the hall to don his light and tight overcoat and grey hat, and walk down to the station.
The party is broken up in order to walk down to our rendezvous.
They had to walk down a narrow stone corridor and then a long flight of winding stone steps to reach the courtyard below.