As the labor of drawing the net had been very great, he directed one party of his men to commence throwing the fish into piles
, preparatory to the usual division, while another, under the superintendence of Benjamin, prepared the seine for a second haul.
The victorious raiders collected about the pile of golden ingots which the Abyssinians had uncovered, and there awaited the return of their leader.
Werper had but little ammunition, having been hastily armed by Abdul Mourak from the body of one of the first of the Abyssinians who had fallen in the fight about the pile of ingots, and now he realized that soon he would have used his last bullet, and be at the mercy of the Arab--a mercy with which he was well acquainted.
Just a brief glimpse of his immediate surroundings vouchsafed Bradley before he was whisked into the interior of one of the buildings; but in that momentary glance he saw strange piles
of stone and wood and mud fashioned into buildings of all conceivable sizes and shapes, sometimes piled high on top of one another, sometimes standing alone in an open court-way, but usually crowded and jammed together, so that there were no streets or alleys between them other than a few which ended almost as soon as they began.
The flat began to leak and I climbed out on the pile.
I climbed up on one of the piles," explained Anne wearily, "and Gilbert Blythe came along in Mr.
I do not know the name by which this great pile was known, nor the purposes it fulfilled.
A little pile of white and brown lay upon it close to the opposite edge.
Ramsay has published an account of a downthrow in Anglesea of 2300 feet; and he informs me that he fully believes there is one in Merionethshire of 12,000 feet; yet in these cases there is nothing on the surface to show such prodigious movements; the pile
of rocks on the one or other side having been smoothly swept away.
They may be traced up to a height of between 7000 and 9000 feet, where they become hidden by the irregular piles
Meanwhile, and in the midst of all the roar and outcry, those who were nearest to the pile
, heaped up again the burning fragments that came toppling down, and raked the fire about the door, which, although a sheet of flame, was still a door fast locked and barred, and kept them out.
That's geometrical progression - you know how that piles