A civil engineer
in the north of England, who owed certain obligations to Mr.
Carty, now the first of telephone engineers
and almost the creator of his profession.
The Mongolia, thanks to the vigorous exertions of the engineer
, seemed likely, so rapid was her speed, to reach her destination considerably within that time.
We hurry into the heavy rubber suits--the engineers
are already dressed--and inflate at the air-pump taps.
Her one word "hurry" was conveyed by the crews to the engineers
at Nickerson, Topeka, and Marceline, where the grades are easy, and they brushed the Continent behind them.
We guard our secret very jealously, however, and if it once became known that we had hydraulic engineers
coming to our little house, it would soon rouse inquiry, and then, if the facts came out, it would be good-bye to any chance of getting these fields and carrying out our plans.
Everything about this highway marked it as the work of skilled engineers
, and I was confident, from the indications of antiquity which it bore, as well as from the very evident signs of its being still in everyday use, that it must lead to one of the principal cities of Kaol.
are at work, now, turning the open roadstead into a spacious artificial harbor.
He had enlisted in the Bengalese Corps of Engineers
, and distinguished himself in several affairs; but this soldier's life had not exactly suited him; caring but little for command, he had not been fond of obeying.
One of the representatives of the middle-class present today was a colonel of engineers
, a very serious man and a great friend of Prince S.
I know that we engineers
and captains came and threw ourselves into Belle-Isle to take direction of the works, and the command of ten companies levied and paid by M.
Near Maidstone they came on a string of eleven motor-guns of peculiar construction halted by the roadside, with a number of businesslike engineers
grouped about them watching through field-glasses some sort of entrenchment that was going on near the crest of the downs.