Others also," said Bagheera, licking his lips and looking at the monkey-dead on the terrace
and round the tank.
The paper being written and folded I waited two days until the bano was empty as before, and immediately repaired to the usual walk on the terrace
to see if there were any sign of the reed, which was not long in making its appearance.
Then, accustomed to passive obedience, he jumped down from the terrace
, ran toward the lane, and at the end of twenty paces met D'Artagnan, who, having seen all, was coming to him.
As auxiliary to this scarcity of fuel, one of the large springs which abound in that country gushed out of the side of the ascent above, and, after creeping sluggishly along the level land, saturating the mossy covering of the rock with moisture, it swept around the base of the little cone that formed the pinnacle of the mountain, and, entering the canopy of smoke near one of the terminations of the terrace
, found its way to the lake, not by dashing from rock to rock, but by the secret channels of the earth.
A considerable flight of steps landed them in the wilderness, which was a planted wood of about two acres, and though chiefly of larch and laurel, and beech cut down, and though laid out with too much regularity, was darkness and shade, and natural beauty, compared with the bowling-green and the terrace
Do you hear a sound like a footstep passing along the terrace
The next annoying circumstance was when an apparently strong and healthy young fellow, well dressed, and smiling, came forward to meet her on the terrace
, instead of the half-dying unfortunate whom she had expected to see.
Not being willing that, if any evil happened to himself, this paper should compromise a faithful friend, the surintendant was busy tearing it into a thousand morsels, spread about by the wind from the balustrade of the terrace
They pass into the ball-room, and LADY WINDERMERE and LORD DARLINGTON enter from the terrace
It sent him into the trees again--into the lower terrace
where he could watch the ground below and catch with ears and nose the first intimation of actual contact with his quarry.
She turned sidewise, and looked along the length of the terrace
Smith and Jones--following, with the other guests at Windygates, in Lady Lundie's train--exchanged their opinions on the merits of the house, standing on a terrace
at the back, near a flight of steps which led down into the garden.