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edge of a way or road or path

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For some time now, things have been happening in this district that have been worrying him dreadfully--several people have disappeared, without leaving the slightest trace; a dead child was found by the roadside, with no visible or ascertainable cause of death--sheep and other animals have been found in the fields, bleeding from open wounds.
There were no fences at all by the roadside now, and the land was rough and untilled.
I have known him to gather up a handful of pebbles by the roadside, and bring them on board ship and label them as coming from twenty celebrated localities five hundred miles apart.
So saying, he threw aside the rose that he had been holding all this time, thrust his sword back into the scabbard, and, with a more hasty step than he had yet used, stepped to the roadside where grew the little clump of ground oaks Robin had spoken of.
shouted Denisov, who had settled down by the roadside with a flask and some food.
Fairly satisfied that he had escaped -- for a time, at least -- being turned into a marble statue, the boy stopped his companion and seated himself upon a rock by the roadside.
It stood close to the roadside and over the door was a sign that read: "Miss Foolish Owl and Mr.
As they sat on the grass by the roadside the shaggy man cut up the turkey with his pocket-knife and passed slices of it around.
A WALNUT TREE standing by the roadside bore an abundant crop of fruit.
Two Footpads sat at their grog in a roadside resort, comparing the evening's adventures.
The weeds growing rankly by the roadside showed it in blots and splashes on their big, broad leaves.
Or sometimes, better still, we find them really there by the roadside boiling a mysterious three- legged black kettle over a fire of sticks.
on his own back, why, good luck to them, and many a merry roadside adventure, and steaming supper in the chimney corners of roadside inns, Swiss chalets, Hottentot kraals, or wherever else they like to go.
Levin got off his mare, and fastening her up by the roadside went to meet Tit, who took a second scythe out of a bush and gave it to him.
And ever the road seemed to rise under the noses of the snorting mares, filling the air with noiseless flight, drifting down the breeze in clouds of brown and yellow soft-flaked as snow, and piling in mounds against the fences, ever driven to float helplessly on the irrigation ditches along the roadside.