It was quite a walk, by mysterious staircases and corridors, from Mrs General's apartment, --hoodwinked by a narrow side
street with a low gloomy bridge in it, and dungeon-like opposite tenements, their walls besmeared with a thousand downward stains and streaks, as if every crazy aperture in them had been weeping tears of rust into the Adriatic for centuries--to Mr Dorrit's apartment: with a whole English house- front of window, a prospect of beautiful church-domes rising into the blue sky sheer out of the water which reflected them, and a hushed murmur of the Grand Canal laving the doorways below, where his gondolas and gondoliers attended his pleasure, drowsily swinging in a little forest of piles.
I turned into a narrow side
street, you understand," he went on negligently, and paused as if it were not worth talking about.
The narrowest of its narrow sides
overhung the steep green bank of a railway, and was shaken by passing trains.
8 and the ball went on the narrow side
to John Carlisle who powered over.
The house in Wavertree was apparently built around 1850 in a space which had previously been a narrow side
Differential Stripline on the Narrow Side
of a Conductor
Buildings under this zoning classification are mostly found on the narrow side
streets of the Upper West Side and the Upper East Side.
A square ring is left open-ended; the narrow side
is dotted with emerald-cut diamonds, while the wider side is filled with pave diamonds.
The narrow side
allows the user to apply the formula in hard-to-reach areas such as eye contour, nose, etc.
Invitation to tender : The schoolhouse was built Bitzius 1909th By 1928, a gym was grown on the northern narrow side
of the school building.
The scoreline became worse for Wales after Australia took charge of the forward battle with repeated surges to the line before releasing the ball to the backs for full back Jonathan Placid to force his way over on the narrow side
, Deegan once again adding the conversion.
Hidalgo-Clyne's short pass was perfectly weighted and directed for Tim Visser, who had a clear cruise to the line down the narrow side