Scarcely had he alighted than the guy ropes were simultaneous released, and the great warship, lightened by the removal of the loot, soared majestically into the air, her decks and upper
works a mass of roaring flames.
At length, on the 19th of September, he reached the upper
waters of Salmon River.
There were easy communications with the interior by the upper
waters of the Columbia and the lateral stream of the Oakinagan, while the downward current of the Columbia furnished a highway to Astoria.
It was this fact that assured me that I was not far from the upper
pits which lie directly beneath the temple.
The cylinder once lighted, the hydrogen in the spiral and in the concave cone becomes heated, and rapidly ascends through the pipe that leads to the upper
part of the balloon.
Daylight, too, was sceptical, and this despite his faith in the Upper
She's going to our house--ah, the women are getting the upper
hand now, and serve the men right, I say
Her escape cut off by the flames, his wife had appeared at an upper
window, her child in her arms.
He crept to it to revive himself, lifted the upper
part of his body on his trembling arms, thrust forward his head and saw the reflection of his face, as in a mirror.
The wheel then sank little by little, and with it the massive ring of masonry, on the upper
bed of which the masons labored incessantly, always reserving some vent holes to permit the escape of gas during the operation of the casting.
part, which is upwards of 1000 feet in height, during this season of the year (winter), comes within the lower limit of the clouds; and in consequence, an abundant cryptogamic vegetation, and a few flowers cover the summit.
I was proceeding to tell the order in which the four evil forms appeared to me to succeed one another, when Pole marchus, who was sitting a little way off, just beyond Adeimantus, began to whisper to him: stretching forth his hand, he took hold of the upper
part of his coat by the shoulder, and drew him towards him, leaning forward himself so as to be quite close and saying something in his ear, of which I only caught the words, `Shall we let him off, or what shall we do?