So he fetched his map
, and looked for the castle, but could not find it.
He spread his maps
, he had to talk, and so he delivered a lecture on the naval situation to Bert.
Doctors sometimes draw maps
of other parts of you, and your own map
can become intensely interesting, but catch them trying to draw a map
of a child's mind, which is not only confused, but keeps going round all the time.
Our every move was carefully noted upon our maps
which we now kept in duplicate.
Three great safes were ranged along one side of the wall, piles of newspapers and maps
were strewn all over a long table, and a huge Ordnance map
of the French and Belgian Frontiers stood upon an easel.
Usually I bring several of these books with me upon a cruise, and this time, among others, I have maps
of Europe and her surrounding waters.
The portion of the moon which the projectile was nearing was the northern hemisphere, that which the selenographic maps
place below; for these maps
are generally drawn after the outline given by the glasses, and we know that they reverse the objects.
But come -- never mind about that; let's -- have you got such a thing as a map
of that region about you?
I'll tell you what I've heard myself," continued Captain Smollett: "that you have a map
of an island, that there's crosses on the map
to show where treasure is, and that the island lies--" And then he named the latitude and longitude exactly.
Can you not draw me a rough map
of the country we must traverse, Dejah Thoris?
with a current in it"--see illustrations and map
near the end of bks.
And meanwhile, Baron, I'll just show you a most interesting map
we have--of Outland, and Fairyland, and that sort of thing.