From the direction
of Anderssen's flight with Jane and the child Tarzan was convinced that the man had purposed attempting the tremendous feat of crossing the continent to Zanzibar; but whether Rokoff would dare so dangerous a journey or not was a question.
"We will go but a little way," said the spokesman, "and then we shall return and lead you in the proper direction
So Tarzan sprang into the trees and disappeared in the direction
of the village.
On the second day, the number of Hindoos travelling in my direction
had increased to fifties and hundreds.
Fearsome-looking as they were, I did not know whether to fear them or not, for they did not seem to be particularly well equipped for fighting, and I was on the point of stepping from my hiding-place and revealing myself to them to note the effect upon them of the sight of a man when my rash resolve was, fortunately for me, nipped in the bud by a strange shrieking wail, which seemed to come from the direction
of the bluffs at my right.
He did not wait for them to join him, however, instead he wheeled his thoat and came tearing madly in our direction
For two days they kept on in an eastward direction
, against wintry blasts and occasional snow storms.
Sheldon happened to be looking in his direction
at the moment he came into view, peering quickly up and down the avenue before he stepped into the open.
That movement from the Nizhni to the Ryazan, Tula, and Kaluga roads was so natural that even the Russian marauders moved in that direction
, and demands were sent from Petersburg for Kutuzov to take his army that way.
The plain which lies beyond the white cliffs which flank the Darel Az upon the shore nearest the Mountains of the Clouds is about as near to any direction
as any Pellucidarian can come.
But how was I to guess in which direction
He had but partially consumed his kill when he suddenly became aware of a movement in the brush at no great distance from him and downwind, and a moment later his nostrils picked up the scent of Numa from the opposite direction
, and then upon either side he caught the fall of padded feet and the brushing of bodies against leafy branches.