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she asked, looking up and down the road affrightedly, the instant I stopped.
She seemed about to say more; but while she was speaking, we came within view of the turnpike, at the top of the Avenue Road.
I'm much obliged, miss," he said, and started along another road.
I thought you said that other was the road to Butterfield," said he, running his fingers through his shaggy whiskers in a puzzled way.
In front of them for more than a hundred yards the water seemed suddenly to have flowed across the road.
I must put her in the reverse and get back, even if we have to wait on the higher part of the road for a boat.
Vasili Andreevich took his advice and turned to the right, but still there was no road.
The horse kept straight along the road through the drifted snow, and before they had gone another hundred yards the straight line of the dark wattle wall of a barn showed up black before them, its roof heavily covered with snow which poured down from it.
Madame Defarge set wine before the mender of roads called Jacques, who doffed his blue cap to the company, and drank.
The mender of roads, blue cap in hand, wiped his swarthy forehead with it, and said, "Where shall I commence, monsieur?
Cause," said Sam, "I'd rather be 'clined to 'magine that Lizy 'd take de dirt road, bein' it's the least travelled.
South of Gold Beach, climbing a narrow road through the virgin forest, they heard from far above the jingle of bells.
This appeal seemed to produce some effect, for two of the fellows began to look here and there among the lumber, but half-heartedly, I thought, and with half an eye to their own danger all the time, while the rest stood irresolute on the road.
The road from the north curved a little to the east just there, and the road from the west swung out a little to the south; so that the grave, with its tall red grass that was never mowed, was like a little island; and at twilight, under a new moon or the clear evening star, the dusty roads used to look like soft grey rivers flowing past it.
She walked manfully, and as I neared her I could hear the sturdy ring of her well-shod feet upon the road.