Later I saw against the light of Woking station a number of black figures hurrying one after the other across
If the Tin Woodman can chop it down, so that it will fall to the other side, we can walk across
A great clamor now ensued, but the most clamorous was the party from across
the river, whose jealousy of their good name now prompted them to the most vociferous vindications of their innocence.
"There's plenty of stuff making up there, if it'll ever come down," Van Horn said, as both men transferred their gaze to the clouds drifting with many breaks across
the dim stars.
Armed men rushed from the interior of many a hut and raced madly across
the clearing toward the excited sentry.
So I, too, scratch the land with my brief endeavour and flash my name across
a page of legal script ere I pass and the page grows musty.
As we walked homeward across
the fields, the sun dropped and lay like a great golden globe in the low west.
There was no longer the moon to guide her steps across
the familiar pathway to the cabin.
Our gentleman saw it all, and stepping quickly across
the street, said in a decided voice:
For this fell purpose he had backed the astounded De Vac twice around the hall when, with a clever feint, and backward step, the master of fence drew the King into the position he wanted him, and with the suddenness of lightning, a little twist of his foil sent Henry's weapon clanging across
the floor of the armory.
The expedition of Sir Alexander Mackenzie in 1793, across
the continent to the Pacific Ocean, which he reached in lat.
Mugambi pointed out across
the plain to where a white-robed force of mounted men was now distinctly visible.
Major Harrison leaned across
the table towards them.
His glance moved on up the steep broken surface, and across
it from side to side.
The ridge ended in a steep descent-so steep that he zigzagged back and forth across
the face of the slope, sliding and stumbling among the dead leaves and matted vines and keeping a watchful eye on the horse above that threatened to fall down upon him.