The people of the free states have defended, encouraged, and participated; and are more guilty for it, before God, than the South
, in that they have not the apology of education or custom.
there is no end of the sad consequences of your going to South
She headed nearly due south
, yawing, of course, all the time.
On the weak and aged, and especially on delicate Females, the force of attraction tells much more heavily than on the robust of the Male Sex, so that it is a point of breeding, if you meet a Lady in the street, always to give her the North side of the way -- by no means an easy thing to do always at short notice when you are in rude health and in a climate where it is difficult to tell your North from your South
The night was warm and still, and a little oppressive; the sound of guns continued intermittently, and after midnight there seemed to be sheet lightning in the south
In the orientation of the winds that rule the seas, the north and south
directions are of no importance.
Whether our author entered on his whaling adventures in the South
Seas with a determination to make them available for literary purposes, may never be certainly known.
He beheld, in every direction south
of east, a vast plain, bounded only by the horizon, through which wandered the stream in question, in a south
From the beginning he has never concealed his belief that Professor Challenger is an absolute fraud, that we are all embarked upon an absurd wild-goose chase and that we are likely to reap nothing but disappointment and danger in South
America, and corresponding ridicule in England.
It seems, in spite of dangers, that the best thing Dorothy can do is to travel to the Land of the South
and ask Glinda to help her.
This island, lying near to the eastern coast of Africa, is in the sixth degree of south
latitude, that is to say, four hundred and thirty geographical miles below the equator.
I suppose you wouldn't like to do a locum for a month on the South
For a coloured man to work it out in the South
, where, in its constructive period, he was necessarily misunderstood by his own people as well as by the whites, and where he had to adjust it at every step to the strained race relations--that is so very different and more difficult a thing that the man who did it put the country under lasting obligations to him.
Subsequently the in activity of the French (who even lost sight of the Russian army), concern for the safety of the arsenal at Tula, and especially the advantages of drawing nearer to its supplies caused the army to turn still further south
to the Tula road.
was closed to him by the feared presence of the savage ape-man he had robbed.