You are not loved for this, E-Thas, and should another jeddak ascend
the throne of Manator what would become of you, whose enemies are among the most powerful of Manator?
When we arrived within a short distance of the ridge, we were stopped by a mass of tall yellow reeds, growing together as thickly as they could stand, and as tough and stubborn as so many rods of steel; and we perceived, to our chagrin, that they extended midway up the elevation we proposed to ascend
This ballast being discarded, and a clear sunshine evaporating the dew, and at the same time expanding the gas in the silk, the whole will again rapidly ascend
I am inclined to think that a good mountaineer like myself could ascend
the rock to the top, though he would, of course, be no nearer to the plateau when he had done so.
So the student sat himself down and waited a while; but the time hung heavy upon him, and he begged earnestly that he might ascend
forthwith, for his thirst for knowledge was great.
Soon the equipage began to ascend
to higher ground, and the wind grew keener with the change of level and soil.
He was, I should say, a hundred yards in advance of his closest companion, and so I called to Tars Tarkas to ascend
a great tree that brushed the cliff's face while I dispatched the fellow, thus giving the less agile Thark an opportunity to reach the higher branches before the entire horde should be upon us and every vestige of escape cut off.
Ferguson counted upon following had not been chosen at random; his point of departure had been carefully studied, and it was not without good cause that he had resolved to ascend
at the island of Zanzibar.
The Ass, as long as he traveled along the plain, carried his load with ease, but when he began to ascend
the steep path of the mountain, felt his load to be more than he could bear.
He saw the figure of a man moving rapidly across the lawn toward the building--saw it ascend
the steps; then a projection of the wall concealed it.
In the intermediate space there were judges seated, who commanded the just, after they had given judgment on them and had bound their sentences in front of them, to ascend
by the heavenly way on the right hand; and in like manner the unjust were bidden by them to descend by the lower way on the left hand; these also bore the symbols of their deeds, but fastened on their backs.
Now, Mrs Honour had unluckily poured so much of this liquid fire down her throat, that the smoke of it began to ascend
into her pericranium and blinded the eyes of Reason, which is there supposed to keep her residence, while the fire itself from the stomach easily reached the heart, and there inflamed the noble passion of pride.