They can't go home, so they linger in transit countries, waiting.
The question that lingers in many a mind is -- do we have in us what was in Wangari.
Roth was born in 1933, the year Hitler came to power, a historical fact that lingers in his books.
A man lingers in front, eyeing the goods, while two others gesticulate with their hands, apparently caught in mid-conversation.
Musk is in a chatty mood and lingers on the street outside.
The chocolate is smooth, intense, melts in your mouth, and lingers on your tongue.
They enjoyed the lighthouse so much that they lingered on a little while there, making us nervous about the bus leaving them behind.
He lingered for a couple of weeks in a coma before dying.
The smell lingers for hours in elevators, offices and taxis.
I believe the anointing has lingered over Aimee's body.
A kaleidoscope of Indo-kitsch awaits, a maze of little rooms each beckoning you to linger over the curios.
Most of us are busy, and if we have kids, our chances to linger over lunch and a wine tasting are rare indeed.
The TV camera lingered over them as they shuffled through the remains of what was once their home; now a collapsed pyre of charred bits.
A kaleidoscope of Indo-kitsch awaits, a maze of little rooms each beckoning you to linger over the curios amassed from travels within India and across Europe.
While my guides set up our camp, I lingered with her in the shade.
Last year's loss at Legion Field lingers with some Virginia High fans.
I finally wrote on something completely different but it has lingered with me ever since.
After a crying jag in the cemetery something happens to her, which she can't remember, but the after effects linger within her, pieces of it infusing her with the girl she.
Schwiensteiger is definitely not going to happen so it's best not to linger to that thought.
Clouds of dust lingered around them.
No one really lingered due to the storm that was rolling in, so Hubby and I headed in to Portland where we were staying for the evening.