The profitable ship will carry a large load through all the hazards of the weather, and, when at rest, will stand up in dock
and shift from berth to berth without ballast.
House on Tower Hill, and he informed us that he had a special affection for the view of that historic locality, with the Gardens to the left, the front of the Mint to the right, the miserable tumble-down little houses farther away, a cabstand, boot- blacks squatting on the edge of the pavement and a pair of big policemen gazing with an air of superiority at the doors of the Black Horse public-house across the road.
I was standing on the dock
, when, by the merest accident, I fell in talk with him.
He did not wait to question, but in an instant a guard was racing to the nearest dock
and though the air was thin and almost gone at the rooftop they managed to launch the fastest one-man, air-scout machine that the skill of Barsoom had ever produced.
Here's the docks
for your steamers, and here's the railroads.
Slipping the key into the pocket of his tunic and covering the bundle with his long surcoat, De Vac stepped out into the darkness of the alley and hastened toward the dock
of the Steam-Tug, Pancks, had a leaden roof, which, frying in the very hot sunshine, may have heated the vessel.
There were only a couple of women in the dock
, who were nodding to their admiring friends, while the clerk read some depositions to a couple of policemen and a man in plain clothes who leant over the table.
Already a small group of the happy shore-staying folk had clustered on the dock
"Number seven dock
is there," he said, "and there's the pinnace.
Montgomery steered us round and into a narrow little dock
excavated in the beach.
When we got into dock
we had lost our turn for loading, and they hauled us off to a tier where we remained for a month.