But I heard such bad accounts that I never took pains to climb the hill on which the city
On the city
of the obtrusive, the brazen-faced, the pen-demagogues and tongue-demagogues, the overheated ambitious:--
Down through the twilight sank five attacking airships, one to the Navy Yard on East River, one to City Hall, two over the great business buildings of Wall Street and Lower Broadway, one to the Brooklyn Bridge, dropping from among their fellows through the danger zone from the distant guns smoothly and rapidly to a safe proximity to the city
The entrancing sight of the city
had put new energy into them all and they hurried forward with lighter steps than before.
Taking to the trees Tarzan moved a short distance to the west and, finding a comfortable crotch at the edge of the forest where he could watch the trail leading through the gardens to the city
gate, he awaited the return of his would-be captors.
I directed Sola to proceed with Dejah Thoris along one of the less frequented avenues to the southern boundary of the city
, where I would overtake them with the thoats as quickly as possible; then, leaving them to gather what food, silks, and furs we were to need, I slipped quietly to the rear of the first floor, and entered the courtyard, where our animals were moving restlessly about, as was their habit, before settling down for the night.
The packers had wanted a bridge at Ashland Avenue, but they had not been able to get it till they had seen Scully; and it was the same with "Bubbly Creek," which the city
had threatened to make the packers cover over, till Scully had come to their aid.
You see the three towers of the three mosques that are the only ones left standing of a great number-- the city
has indeed fallen from its ancient splendor
In the clear morning light he gazed now at the city
and now at the plan, considering its details, and the assurance of possessing it agitated and awed him.
It is worth a paragraph to say that this remarkable scene can be witnessed every evening in numerous cafes in the City
of New York.
Sinon then raised the fire- signal to the Achaeans, having previously got into the city
For several moments they discussed their plans--whether it would be best to wait where they were until darkness hid their movements and then approach the city
in search of food and water, or approach it now, taking advantage of what cover they could, until they could glean something of the nature of its inhabitants.
I have eyes and ears and ordinary intelligence, and yesterday morning I saw the party that came to the city
of Kaol from the north in a small flier.
HERE Adeimantus interposed a question: How would you answer, Socrates, said he, if a person were to say that you are making these people miserable, and that they are the cause of their own unhappiness; the city
in fact belongs to them, but they are none the better for it; whereas other men acquire lands, and build large and handsome houses, and have everything handsome about them, offering sacrifices to the gods on their own account, and practising hospitality; moreover, as you were saying just now, they have gold and silver, and all that is usual among the favourites of fortune; but our poor citizens are no better than mercenaries who are quartered in the city
and are always mounting guard?
itself was still a long way off, but all around it was a green meadow as pretty as a well-kept lawn, and in this were neither houses nor farms to spoil the beauty of the scene.