No, we've got to hunt for the idol of gold in this land of wonders
where I hope soon to be.
It was here that they made those products with the wonders
of which they pestered him so--by placards that defaced the landscape when he traveled, and by staring advertisements in the newspapers and magazines--by silly little jingles that he could not get out of his mind, and gaudy pictures that lurked for him around every street corner.
, now, if I was divided up and inventoried," said the latter as he ran over the paper, "how much I might bring.
From the moment the spirit of war rose to flood-tide in him and he got down to his work, he began to do wonders
We soon left the path and took to the ice; and after wandering amongst the crevices UN PEU, to admire the wonders
of these deep blue caverns, and hear the rushing of waters through their subglacial channels, we struck out a course toward L'AUTRE CO^T'E and crossed the glacier successfully, a little above the cave from which the infant Rhone takes its first bound from under the grand precipice of ice.
They tripped along the murky aisles with the rest of the com- pany, visiting the familiar wonders
of the cave -- wonders
dubbed with rather over- descriptive names, such as "The Draw- ing-Room," "The Cathedral," "Aladdin's Palace," and so on.
She had grown to be a handy little creature, and tasks she was capable of doing at all she did like a flash, so that when she called her aunts at five o'clock to pass judgment, she had accomplished wonders
It was her own universal goodwill and contented temper which worked such wonders
They ran from one part of the garden to another and found so many wonders
that they were obliged to remind themselves that they must whisper or speak low.
What I now affirm is, that I have a right to speak of these seas, under which, in less than ten months, I have crossed 20,000 leagues in that submarine tour of the world, which has revealed so many wonders
Happy he who, like Ulysses, has made an adventurous voyage; and there is no such sea for adventurous voyages as the Mediterranean - the inland sea which the ancients looked upon as so vast and so full of wonders
Swinging through the trees with great speed, he reached the point only a moment after the ship had passed out of the harbor, so that he obtained an excellent view of the wonders
of this strange, floating house.