Without looking back, the old man had hurried down the hillside and across
a meadow, leaving George Willard perplexed and frightened upon the grassy slope.
Hanson placed Meriem in the little craft and entered it himself, leaving two boys to watch the horses, which the canoe was to return for and swim across
to the camp side of the river.
Then he came over and across
the lawn to the corner of the house.
The warriors returned across
the river, the captain and his comrades proceeded on their journey; but the spirits of the communicative old chief, Yo-mus-ro-y-e-cut, were for a time completely dampened, and he evinced great mortification at what had just occurred.
Here they passed the winter, and returned across
the mountains in the following spring.
One of these ancient tombstones had been thrust across
the track by some malicious person, and gave the train of cars a terrible jolt.
Carefully carrying his fishing tackle, he was already making his way back to the mainland across
a bridge of flat stepping-stones a little way down the shallow stream; then he veered round, coming toward his guests and civilly saluting them.
The Lion was about to reply when suddenly they came to another gulf across
Tonight he moved quickly along the edge of the forest until well beyond sight or sound of the city, then he turned across
the crimson sward toward the shore of the Lost Sea of Korus.
Leaving Good to superintend the arrangement of our little camp, I took Sir Henry with me, and walking to the top of the slope opposite, we gazed across
From a lofty perch Tarzan viewed the village of thatched huts across
the intervening plantation.
Then the blazing eye swept onward across
the burnished domes and graceful minarets, down into court and park and garden to pause at last upon the ersite bench and the girl standing there beside it, her face upturned full toward the flier.
They passed each other gasping on deck; they shouted across
Tearfully they cast a last look at the shattered tomb of their master, shouldered the heavy burden of gold that would at least furnish comfort, if not happiness, to their bereaved and beloved mistress, and made their mournful way back across
the desolate valley of Opar, and downward through the forests beyond toward the distant bungalow.
Back and forth they swept across
the rolling land until at last they came to rest upon a point near the center of the landscape and close to the green-fringed contours of the river.