You can come up, if you like; but the first one of you that comes within the range
of our bullets is a dead man, and the next, and the next; and so on till the last.
Often - sometimes in the Corsican range
, sometimes in the French.
This faculty--(I verified it later)--gave him a range
of vision far superior to Ned Land's.
The train, on leaving Sacramento, and passing the junction, Roclin, Auburn, and Colfax, entered the range
of the Sierra Nevada.
Freighted with eternal principles Athwart the night's void, Where cloud masses darken, And the wind blows ceaseless around, Beyond the range
of conceptions Let us gain the Centre, And there hold fast without violence, Fed from an inexhaustible supply.
of brick stores had then sprung up to hide the mansion of the royal governors from public view.
The extreme elevation of these great steppes, which range
along the feet of the Rocky Mountains, takes away from the seeming height of their peaks, which yield to few in the known world in point of altitude above the level of the sea.
This vast range
has acquired, from its rugged and broken character and its summits of naked granite, the appellation of the Rocky Mountains, a name by no means distinctive, as all elevated ranges
Even the doctor could hope to escape its effects only by rising above the range
of the miasma that exhales from this damp region whence the blazing rays of the sun pump up its poisonous vapors.
The squadron crossed the bridge and drew out of range
of fire without having lost a single man.
I had got a very fair notion of the range
of all literature, and the relations of the different literatures to one another, and I knew pretty well what manner of book it was that I took up before I committed myself to the task of reading it.
cried the Captain, sternly, and he led his captives through the curious throng until they came before a big range
that stood in the center of the clearing.