Beyond these newspaper buildings again, and partially hidden by the arches of the old Elevated Railway of New York (long since converted into a mono-rail), there was another cordon
of police and a sort of encampment of ambulances and doctors, busy with the dead and wounded who had been killed early in the night by the panic upon Brooklyn Bridge.
It was a pity," says her mother a little later "a pity you did not see the Cordons
At the main entrance we were halted by a cordon
of armed guards.
Tahoe for a sea in the clouds: a sea that has character and asserts it in solemn calms at times, at times in savage storms; a sea whose royal seclusion is guarded by a cordon
of sentinel peaks that lift their frosty fronts nine thousand feet above the level world; a sea whose every aspect is impressive, whose belongings are all beautiful, whose lonely majesty types the Deity!
Shouldn't we put a cordon
round to prevent the rest from running away?
They drew a cordon
round me near Margot Meredith's tree, but I broke through it by a strategic movement to the south, and was next heard of in the Baby's Walk.
Tarzan grabbed the Belgian about the waist, and bearing him beneath his arm as he might have borne a sack of flour, leaped forward in an attempt to break through the cordon
The lane was crowded with villagers and people from the neighbouring farmhouses, who were all kept back, however, by a little cordon
I must be made count and receive the grand cordon
of the Legion of honor as a reward for my public services.
A long cordon
cleared the camp of all strangers, while the main body fell into four lines with under-officers and file-leaders in front and on either flank.