I had risen half-an-hour before her entrance, and had washed my face, and put on my clothes by the light of a half-moon
just setting, whose rays streamed through the narrow window near my crib.
All the other Isanusis, male and female, sat down in a half-moon
facing the king, but this woman drew forward, and with her came nine of her sisterhood.
They saw the ships move forward in a large half-moon
, but could not discern me, who was up to my breast in water.
But his reputation had crossed the Atlantic before Maguire himself; the grandiose hotels had closed their doors to him; and he had already taken and sumptuously furnished the house in Half-moon
Street which does not re-let to this day.
Then all sat down and feasted and drank merrily together until the sun was low and the half-moon
glimmered with a pale light betwixt the leaves of the trees overhead.
In doing this I passed by many a food-stands where fried chicken and half-moon
apple pies were piled high and made to present a most tempting appearance.