Mother Rugen's tea-house on the Baltic
And a dance with Ella Sweyn at Elsinore!
By the time it said, "The Baltic
, now," the laugh which had been running through the audience became a general shout, and but for the sobering effects of party and that great public cause which the entanglement of things had identified with "Brooke of Tipton," the laugh might have caught his committee.
I have a weakness for picnics, especially in winter, when the mosquitoes cease from troubling and the ant-hills are at rest; and of all my many favourite picnic spots this one on the Baltic
is the loveliest and best.
But little Denmark must take care what it is about, and not run counter to the moon; that great realm, that might in an ill-humor bestir itself, and dash down a hail-storm in our faces, or force the Baltic
to overflow the sides of its gigantic basin.
There is a slodgy theme in several keys at once, meaning mud-banks, and another for the navigable canal, and the exit into the Baltic
is in C sharp major, pianissimo.
Young Shtcherbatsky went into the navy, was drowned in the Baltic
, and Levin's relations with the Shtcherbatskys, in spite of his friendship with Oblonsky, became less intimate.
Even from my distant position by the door I could make out, by the shape of the blue part representing the water, that it was a map of the Baltic
We now launched into the greatest piece of solid earth that is to be found in any part of the world; we had, at least, twelve thousand miles to the sea eastward; two thousand to the bottom of the Baltic
Sea westward; and above three thousand, if we left that sea, and went on west, to the British and French channels: we had full five thousand miles to the Indian or Persian Sea south; and about eight hundred to the Frozen Sea north.