Now if one turns and looks up the gorge
once more, he will see the Schloss Hotel on the right perched on a precipice overlooking the Neckar--a precipice which is so sumptuously cushioned and draped with foliage that no glimpse of the rock appears.
I had passed through a narrow, overhanging gorge
just before entering suddenly upon this table land, and the sight which met my eyes filled me with consternation and dismay.
One of those big bats that they call vampires had got at her in the night, and what with his gorge
and the vein left open, there wasn't enough blood in her to let her stand up, and I had to put a bullet through her as she lay.
A torrent, whose bed was dry, led into a deep gorge
he never did employ me; but ever since my arrival in America, my gorge
has so risen against the word "master," that I cannot make up my mind to write it.
The water- way, so fair above and wide below, flows oppressed by bricks and mortar and stone, by blackened timber and grimed glass and rusty iron, covered with black barges, whipped up by paddles and screws, overburdened with craft, overhung with chains, overshadowed by walls making a steep gorge
for its bed, filled with a haze of smoke and dust.
re-echoed ominously under the tower- ing shadow of Koh-ring as if I had shouted in a moun- tain gorge
As torrents swollen with rain course madly down their deep channels till the angry floods meet in some gorge
, and the shepherd on the hillside hears their roaring from afar--even such was the toil and uproar of the hosts as they joined in battle.
Five foaming streams, rushing through as many gorges
, and swelled and turbid by the recent rains, united together in one mad plunge of nearly eighty feet, and fell with wild uproar into a deep black pool scooped out of the gloomy looking rocks that lay piled around, and thence in one collected body dashed down a narrow sloping channel which seemed to penetrate into the very bowels of the earth.
The outlet, or the Susquehanna, flows through a gorge
in the low banks just mentioned, which may have a width of two hundred feet.
The first instinct of a frightened bee is to break into the stores and gorge
herself with honey; but there were no stores left, so the Oddities fought the sound bees.
As to the time, it is easily fixed by the events at about the middle years of the seventies, when Don Carlos de Bourbon, encouraged by the general reaction of all Europe against the excesses of communistic Republicanism, made his attempt for the throne of Spain, arms in hand, amongst the hills and gorges