Many were the doubtful looks cast upon the heap of miscellaneous material that now cluttered the roof
, and finally the Scarecrow shook his head and remarked:
The top floor was alight, and filled with soldiers engaged in the pastimes of their kind; I could not, therefore, reach the roof
through the building.
The man had taken a step or two across the glass roof
before he noticed the presence of the strangers; but then he stopped abruptly.
As these thoughts flashed through his mind and he cast about for some feasible plan of action, his eyes fell upon the corpse upon the roof
near him, and immediately there occurred to him the possibility of disguising himself in the raiment of his conquered adversary.
It lacked, in particular, the four monsters, which, still perched to-day on the corners of its roof
, have the air of so many sphinxes who are propounding to new Paris the riddle of the ancient Paris.
The chamber was as irregularly shaped as the other and had but a single window and a second door at the further end, but was without the exit through the roof
and, most important of all, there was no creature of any sort in it.
As von Horn stepped into the campong his quick eye perceived the havoc that had been wrought with the roof
at the east end of the shed.
And twice again we came down the path burdened with skins, till I thought we had enough to roof
When she became aware that he wished Mimi to come with him to the roof
and that she had acquiesced, her rage got beyond bounds.
They'll hide among the roof
beams," said Strickland.
It was then that Gahan the Jed appeared upon the roof
The style of these buildings evinces that the architect possessed neither the art of using lime or cement of any kind, nor the skill to throw an arch, construct a roof
, or erect a stair ; and yet, with all this ignorance, showed great ingenuity in selecting the situation of Burghs, and regulating the access to them, as well as neatness and regularity in the erection, since the buildings themselves show a style of advance in the arts scarcely consistent with the ignorance of so many of the principal branches of architectural knowledge.