It was about this time that the upper tiers
seemed to empty themselves spontaneously.
Of course, there were many people there who were not under compulsion to stay; yet the tiers
were as full at the close as they had been at the beginning.
Old London Bridge was soon passed, and old Billingsgate market with its oyster-boats and Dutchmen, and the White Tower and Traitor's Gate, and we were in among the tiers
Oftentimes, when we had occasion to break out in the hold, and I beheld the successive tiers
of casks and barrels, whose contents were all destined to be consumed in due course by the ship's company, my heart has sunk within me.
I observed that the upper and lower tiers
of wings were connected by a strong chain.
Fog up the river, where it flows among green aits and meadows; fog down the river, where it rolls deified among the tiers
of shipping and the waterside pollutions of a great (and dirty) city.
The seats were arranged in tiers
, and just as Philip entered an attendant came in, put a glass of water on the table in the well of the lecture-room and then brought in a pelvis and two thigh-bones, right and left.
The great pavilion brought there yester eve is being raised, and carpenters are busy nailing tiers
of seats, while `prentices from London town are there with many-coloured stuffs and silks and cloth of gold and silver.
Natasha, smoothing her gown, went in with Sonya and sat down, scanning the brilliant tiers
of boxes opposite.
This, to their delight, opened to the lifting of an ordinary latch, letting them into a circular arena, surrounded by tiers
Benches surrounded this open space upon three sides, and along the fourth were heaped huge bowlders which rose in receding tiers
toward the roof.
Carefully feeling about, he found himself within a large chamber, along the walls of which, and down the length of the floor, were piled many tiers
of metal ingots of an odd though uniform shape.
Here, in long tiers
, with alleyways between, the water-casks were chocked safely on their sides.
The houses on the opposite side of the ditch had been entered by the mob; sashes were thrown up, or torn bodily out; there were tiers
of faces in every window; cluster upon cluster of people clinging to every house-top.
Until now, the boat had barely held her own, and had hovered about one spot; but now, the banks changed swiftly, and the deepening shadows and the kindling lights of London Bridge were passed, and the tiers
of shipping lay on either hand.