He was lowered into the crevice
, he descended deeper and deeper between the clear blue walls of solid ice, he approached a bend in the crack and disappeared under it.
He stiffened himself upon the spout, pushed against the wall with both his knees, clung to a crevice
in the stones with his hands, and succeeded in climbing back with one foot, perhaps; but this effort made the leaden beak on which he rested bend abruptly.
High up the bluff we climbed, higher than all the other caves, to a tiny crevice
that could not be seen from the ground.
He burrowed in crevices
and corners, and found corks and cigarettes.
Through this crevice
a small room was visible, whitewashed and clean but very bare of furniture.
Occasionally the air breathed through the crevices
of the hut, and the low flame that fluttered about the embers of the fire threw their wavering light on the person of the sullen recluse.
By means of their long arms and suckers, they could drag their bodies into very narrow crevices
; and when thus fixed, it required great force to remove them.
Peeping through the same crevice
of the curtain where, only a little while before, the urchin of elephantine appetite had peeped, the butcher beheld the inner door, not closed, as the child had seen it, but ajar, and almost wide open.
The very sunlight looks desolation, falling through the thick-blossoming apple-trees as through the chinks and crevices
of deserted Egyptian cities.
By way of ornament to the dull brown walls, icicles appear in the crevices
of the timber, gleaming at intervals in the red fire-light.
The mineral waters of Arva Wai* ooze forth from the crevices
of a rock, and gliding down its mossy side, fall at last, in many clustering drops, into a natural basin of stone fringed round with grass and dewy-looking little violet-coloured flowers, as fresh and beautiful as the perpetual moisture they enjoy can make them.
Not a gleam of the lightning's unceasing blaze penetrated the windows or crevices
; not a whisper of the awful tumult without reached them there.