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Far down the inverted telescope he saw the faint white figure of May Welland--in New York.
And by a mechanical movement, the skipper put aside the telescope, and the pursuing ship, relegated to the horizon, appeared again in its true aspect.
Olive held out her hand for the telescope but Geraldine shook her head.
The house of his rival was quite open to view; a garden exposed to the sun; cabinets with glass walls, shelves, cupboards, boxes, and ticketed pigeon-holes, which could easily be surveyed by the telescope.
The boy carried the long telescope out on the veranda, and searched the sea.
Here is to be seen at work that powerful telescope which enabled Bond to resolve the nebula of Andromeda, and Clarke to discover the satellite of Sirius.
At the same time, on one of the highest points of the Rocky Mountains, the Gun Club had a gigantic telescope erected, in order that they might be able to follow the course of the projectile through space.
In some of the crabs the foot-stalk for the eye remains, though the eye is gone; the stand for the telescope is there, though the telescope with its glasses has been lost.
He had found a sunny corner out of the wind, and he sat there with a telescope by his side and a budget of newspapers upon his knee.
A photographic plate exposed on a clear night reproduces the appearance of the portion of the sky concerned, with more or fewer stars according to the power of the telescope that is being used.
Georgy had a dandy telescope and got the vessel under view in the most skilful manner.
Billy swung his pack from his shoulders to the ground, and Saxon rested her telescope basket.