At eleven in the morning the train had reached the dividing
ridge of the waters at Bridger Pass, seven thousand five hundred and twenty-four feet above the level of the sea, one of the highest points attained by the track in crossing the Rocky Mountains.
You dare not, you cannot deny, that you have been the principal, if not the only means of dividing
them from each other-- of exposing one to the censure of the world for caprice and
A fine stream, fed by rivulets and mountain springs, pours through the valley toward the north, dividing
it into nearly equal parts.
But one of his children, the fair Eudosia, was out; and as she had some distance to make in the better society of the town, ere she could pass for aristocratic, it was wisely determined that a golden bridge should be thrown across the dividing
Gyp was evidently uneasy, for he sat on his haunches, resting his nose on his master's stretched-out leg, and dividing
the time between licking the hand that hung listlessly down and glancing with a listening air towards the door.
At the back of the estrade, and attached to a moveable partition dividing
this schoolroom from another beyond, was a large tableau of wood painted black and varnished; a thick crayon of white chalk lay on my desk for the convenience of elucidating any grammatical or verbal obscurity which might occur in my lessons by writing it upon the tableau; a wet sponge appeared beside the chalk, to enable me to efface the marks when they had served the purpose intended.
Ah, let's hear about the caterpillars," I said, as I drew the pebbles together into a heap and began dividing
them into colours.
FOR the two following days, the travellers pursued a westerly course for thirty-four miles along a ridge of country dividing the tributary waters of the Missouri and the Yellowstone.
Rising from the midst of vast plains and prairies, traversing several degrees of latitude, dividing the waters of the Atlantic and the Pacific, and seeming to bind with diverging ridges the level regions on its flanks, it has been figuratively termed the backbone of the northern continent.
But this would be most evident, if any one could see such a government really established: for it would be impossible to frame such a city without dividing
and separating it into its distinct parts, as public tables, wards, and tribes; so that here the laws will do nothing more than forbid the military to engage in agriculture, which is what the Lacedaemonians are at present endeavouring to do.
Accordingly, I dug up a piece of ground as well as I could with my wooden spade, and dividing
it into two parts, I sowed my grain; but as I was sowing, it casually occurred to my thoughts that I would not sow it all at first, because I did not know when was the proper time for it, so I sowed about two-thirds of the seed, leaving about a handful of each.
By sticking themselves to gut tissue, a dividing
amoeba might have a better anchor for pulling itself apart than did the amoebas in the new experiments, he speculates.