Then they came to a narrow
cleft about twenty inches wide.
For some distance it dashed along, over huge masses of rock, with foaming violence, as if exasperated by being compressed into so narrow
a channel, and at length leaped down a chasm that looked dark and frightful in the gathering twilight.
Up the stone steps from the narrow
door by which he had entered, glided the white-clad figure of Lady Arabella, the only colour to be seen on her being blood-marks on her face and hands and throat.
notions about debt, held by the old fashioned Tullivers, may perhaps excite a smile on the faces of many readers in these days of wide commercial views and wide philosophy, according to which everything rights itself without any trouble of ours.
On, on the swift prahu sped up the winding channel which had now dwindled to a narrow
stream, at intervals rushing strongly between rocky walls with a current that tested the strength of the strong, brown paddlers.
I used to sit for hours in my glass cage, watching the long, narrow
rafts slip along through the central channel, grazing the right-bank dike and aiming carefully for the middle arch of the stone bridge below; I watched them in this way, and lost all this time hoping to see one of them hit the bridge-pier and wreck itself sometime or other, but was always disappointed.
Directly before me the river thundered down from above in a mighty waterfall that filled the narrow
gorge from side to side, rising far above me several hundred feet--as magnificent a spectacle as I ever had seen.
The Golden Horn is a narrow
arm of the sea, which branches from the Bosporus (a sort of broad river which connects the Marmora and Black Seas,) and, curving around, divides the city in the middle.
And really, I do not think the impression will soon be over," said Emma, as she crossed the low hedge, and tottering footstep which ended the narrow
, slippery path through the cottage garden, and brought them into the lane again.
If I am right in believing that allied or representative species, when inhabiting a continuous area, are generally so distributed that each has a wide range, with a comparatively narrow
neutral territory between them, in which they become rather suddenly rarer and rarer; then, as varieties do not essentially differ from species, the same rule will probably apply to both; and if we in imagination adapt a varying species to a very large area, we shall have to adapt two varieties to two large areas, and a third variety to a narrow
On and on we stumbled up the narrow
canyon that Ghak had chosen to approach the heights of Sari.
It was a long, narrow
room, and at the rear, beyond the beer kegs on tap, were small, round tables and chairs.