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Cause," said Sam, "I'd rather be 'clined to 'magine that Lizy 'd take de dirt road, bein' it's the least travelled.
Madame Defarge set wine before the mender of roads called Jacques, who doffed his blue cap to the company, and drank.
I exclaimed, savagely smiting reason on the cheek, as I sprang up wildly to wave mine; but the road was already blank.
The road will be uneasy to find,'' answered Gurth, who broke silence for the first time,
Then there followed a great to-do through all our old inn, heavy feet pounding to and fro, furniture thrown over, doors kicked in, until the very rocks re-echoed and the men came out again, one after another, on the road and declared that we were nowhere to be found.
Where the road grows narrow and black between the high banks the crowd jammed, and a desperate struggle occurred.
But it is a long road from thy sons to the man in whose hands these things lie.
The best plan will be to walk along the riverbank until we come to the road again," remarked the Lion.
Each gave a start at the notes, and, walking onward yet a few steps, they reached the first milestone, standing whitely on the green margin of the grass, and backed by the down, which here was open to the road.
To make it the more extraordinary, there was no side road at this point down which he could have gone.
The road for the French from Vienna to Znaim was shorter and better than the road for the Russians from Krems to Znaim.
It was a broad road, but not straight, for it wandered over hill and dale and picked out the easiest places to go.
This road doesn't give him a chance--it's too snowy,' said Vasili Andreevich, who prided himself on his good horse.
You must take the right road to get to Butterfield.
One sunny afternoon in the autumn of the year 1861, a soldier lay in a clump of laurel by the side of a road in Western Virginia.