Then, again, whom was he waiting for that night, and why was he waiting for him in the yew alley
rather than in his own house?"
And so he dragged himself to the ENQUIRER alley, sick in body and soul, but learning the long patience, to confront his eternal enemy, Cheese-Face, who was just as sick as he, and just a bit willing to quit if it were not for the gang of newsboys that looked on and made pride painful and necessary.
Came the day when he dragged himself into the ENQUIRER alley, and there was no Cheese-Face.
de Beaufort, broke the seal, and began to read, while walking about in the first steel-chill rays of dawn, in the dark alley
of old limes, marked by the still visible footsteps of the comte who had just died.
The work of groups like Alley
Pals, Saltersgill 88 and Middlesbrough Food Forest is not going unnoticed and is now inspiring others to green-up their alleys
, backyards and public spaces.
The back alleys
hidden in an old section of the city still keep some of the city's authentic elements that set the city apart from other modern cities in the country, and therefore it's worth taking a guided tour of the city's old communities.
are a dream for families and businesses.
The word "alley
" comes from an old French word for "walking," and in older cities, that's just how alleys
We carry nostalgic memories of tossing baseballs, riding bikes and burning leaves in our childhood alley
. Such is the intrinsic value of small-town Arkansas alleys
Presently, much of the city's rainwater falls on alleys
and streets, where it becomes polluted before flowing through the city's storm sewers to creeks and rivers.
Owen Martin Rumney, Cardiff | REGARDING the pros and cons of alley
gating ("Are gates key to unpicking alleys
crime?" November 20), can anyone imagine the hell of living alongside an ungated alley
Which of the four alleys
is east of the Appalachians?