In the remoter
parts of the room, however, its walls being so ill adapted to reflect light, there was nearly the same obscurity as before.
In Paddington all Cornwall is latent and the remoter
west; down the inclines of Liverpool Street lie fenlands and the illimitable Broads; Scotland is through the pylons of Euston; Wessex behind the poised chaos of Waterloo.
The sounding cataract Haunted him like a passion: the tall rock, The mountain, and the deep and gloomy wood, Their colours and their forms, were then to him An appetite; a feeling, and a love, That had no need of a remoter
charm, By thought supplied, or any interest Unborrow'd from the eye.
As far as we can learn, the remoter
tribes, which speak an entirely different language, do not flatten the head.
My father bequeathed me a competency; some remoter
ancestors lust to roam.
He knew, and she knew, that, though the fascination which each had exercised over the other--on her part independently of accomplishments--would probably in the first days of their separation be even more potent than ever, time must attenuate that effect; the practical arguments against accepting her as a housemate might pronounce themselves more strongly in the boreal light of a remoter
group, not knowing what the matter is, crowd in and increase the noise with question and answer: What's the row?
He felt that she had become remoter
from him by at least a million miles.
Arriving, at length, in streets remoter
and less-frequented than those through which he has passed, he walks beneath tottering house-fronts projecting over the pavement, dismantled walls that seem to totter as he passes, chimneys half crushed half hesitating to fall, windows guarded by rusty iron bars that time and dirt have almost eaten away, every imaginable sign of desolation and neglect.
'As the goblin said this, a thick cloud which obscured the remoter
end of the cavern rolled gradually away, and disclosed, apparently at a great distance, a small and scantily furnished, but neat and clean apartment.
, poorer central districts too were hit hard by the low development spending of Rs171bn or 18.5pc of the total public investment during that period.
The prospect of a Labour government is a little remoter
today and the Tories a little securer as a result of the split.