This was divided into three compartments -- one which was covered by the floor of that room in which Athos, Porthos and Aramis were to pass the night; the second was to serve as the sleeping-room for the servants, the third, under the prow of the ship, was under the temporary
cabin in which Mordaunt was concealed.
fortification was thrown up for the protection of the party; a secure and comfortable pen, into which the horses could be driven at night; and huts were built for the reception of the merchandise.
No matter what the damage was, but it was serious enough to induce me to go aloft myself with a couple of hands and the carpenter to see the temporary
repairs properly done.
At a short remove upon the same temporary
platform was an officer in the uniform of his rank, armed.
It was unexpected youth, surging up anew after its temporary
check, and bringing with it hope, and the invincible instinct towards self-delight.
There lies our only hope of even temporary
escape; there we may find a cave or a narrow ledge which two may defend for ever against this motley, unarmed horde.
aims are like the broom fixed in front of a locomotive to clear the snow from the rails in front: they clear men's moral responsibilities from their path.
At the end of the third day they marched into the village gate, and were greeted by the survivors of the recent massacre, to whom Tarzan had sent a messenger in their temporary
camp to the south on the day that the raiders had quitted the village, telling them that they might return in safety.
Carbury volunteered to stay with her during the temporary
separation from her niece.
If he was laughed at for his tastes in women, he felt obliged to say that they were only temporary
or indifferent ones.
At the double inquest the coroner's jury found that Daniel Baker died by his own hand while suffering from temporary
insanity, and that Samuel Morritz was murdered by some person or persons to the jury unknown.
Yesterday, and for many days and nights previously, we were fighting somewhere; always there was cannonading, with occasional keen rattlings of musketry, mingled with cheers, our own or the enemy's, we seldom knew, attesting some temporary