On the evening of the fourth day he reached Nottingham Town, and there straightway divided his men into bands of six or seven, and sent them all through the countryside, blocking every highway and byway to the eastward and the southward and the westward of Sherwood.
Then, buckling his belt more tightly around his waist, he ran fleetly down the road toward the eastward and Sherwood.
Then, turning his steps once more to the eastward, he stepped out right foot foremost toward Nottinghamshire and Sherwood Forest.
Meanwhile merry Robin rode along contentedly, passing safely by two bands of the King's men, until his heart began to dance within him because of the nearness of Sherwood; so he traveled ever on to the eastward, till, of a sudden, he met a noble knight in a shady lane.
When we had gorged our fill, we carried the remainder of the meat to the eastward
forest and hid it in a tree.
In Chicago, he was loaded upon a track, carted through the roaring streets of the vast city, and put into another baggage-car which was quickly in motion in continuation of the eastward
Then the mistake was made of putting too little shot on her, and she rose high in the air, got her bearings and started eastward across San Francisco Bay.
Once was enough, for, evidently finding no life in the smooth cloth surface of the machine, it ceased soaring and straightened out on its eastward course.
keeping above fifty leagues off from the usual course to the eastward
Construction of a double gymnasium and eastward
expansion of the Realschule Simbach, Phase 1 - Exteriors.
In the last few decades, seismometers measuring earthquakes travelling through the Earth's core have identified an eastwards
, or superrotation of the solid inner core, relative to Earth's surface.
Showers within a narrow band across central Namibia are likely, moving eastward