An ancient and still bullet-speckled stern-wheel steamer, with a barge lashed to her side, came round the river bend
The old Bun Hill High Street drops at its end for perhaps eighty or a hundred feet of descent at an angle of one in five, turns at right angles to the left, runs in a curve for about thirty yards to a brick bridge over the dry ditch that had once been the Otterbourne, and then bends sharply to the right again round a dense clump of trees and goes on, a simple, straightforward, peaceful high road.
It was t small, shed-like shop with a plate-glass window and one room behind, just at the sharp bend in the road at the bottom of Bun Hill; and here they struggled along bravely, in spite of persistent annoyance from their former landlord, hoping for certain eventualities the peculiar situation of the shop seemed to promise.
Mellowed in the drowsy sunlight of a summer's afternoon, Wargrave, nestling where the river bends
, makes a sweet old picture as you pass it, and one that lingers long upon the retina of memory.
Be it said, that though I had felt such a strong repugnance to his smoking in the bed the night before, yet see how elastic our stiff prejudices grow when love once comes to bend
Your Grace's power, supported, as it is, by so many men-at-arms, may indeed easily strip and scourge me, but cannot compel me to bend or to draw my bow.
For never did so strong a hand bend a bow, or so true an eye direct a shaft.
hither, that I may place it in your breast; no hand can take it hence, till I unsay the spell that holds it there.
And when the tinsmiths came, bringing with them all their tools in baskets, she inquired, "Can you straighten out those dents in the Tin Woodman, and bend
him back into shape again, and solder him together where he is broken?
Now, good uncle," quoth Will Scarlet at last, when they had walked for a long time beside this sweet, bright river, "just beyond yon bend
ahead of us is a shallow ford which in no place is deeper than thy mid-thigh, and upon the other side of the stream is a certain little hermitage hidden amidst the bosky tangle of the thickets wherein dwelleth the Friar of Fountain Dale.
After considering the matter carefully, Tip decided that the best place to locate Jack would be at the bend
in the road, a little way from the house.
Why, my father stretched his rainbow over here this morning, so that one end of it touched this road," was the reply; "and I was dancing upon the pretty rays, as I love to do, and never noticed I was getting too far over the bend
in the circle.
Chairman, before we bend
to our noble task of purifying politics, in the interest of good government I wish to say a word of the untoward events of last evening.
In front of him, in the bend
of the river beyond the marsh, moved a bright-colored line of peasant women, and the scattered hay was being rapidly formed into gray winding rows over the pale green stubble.
And now, with the world before me, whither should I bend