He noticed an unusual number of police regulating the traffic
Hither also repair the Indian tribes accustomed to traffic
their peltries with the company.
Immense profits were thus made by the early traders, and the traffic
was pursued with avidity.
The way you handled her just now--I'm a pretty fair judge of traffic
in a volt-hurry--it was a thousand revolutions beyond anything even I've ever seen.
At this time of night there was no traffic
and scarcely any foot-passengers, so that they could pace slowly without interruption, arm-in-arm, raising their hands now and then to draw something upon the vast blue curtain of the sky.
Freighters have other landing-stages at various lower levels, to within a couple of hundred feet of the ground; nor dare any flier rise or drop from one plane to another except in certain restricted districts where horizontal traffic
One afternoon in the beginning of October when the traffic
was becoming brisk a tall man strode along the edge of the pavement with a lady on his arm.
We have had to upset the whole of the night traffic
to let him through without a stop.
But the railroad charged all the traffic
He exchanges new lamps for old, the spangles of illusion for the drabs of reality, and in the end cheats all who traffic
If we could obtain permission from the Municipal Council to make a hard road, so as to put us in communication with the highway to Grenoble, the deputy-mayor would be the first gainer by it; for instead of dragging his timber over rough tracks at a great expense, a good road through the canton would enable him to transport it more easily, and to engage in a traffic
on a large scale, in all kinds of wood, that would bring in money--not a miserable six hundred francs a year, but handsome sums which would mean a certain fortune for him some day.
In a poem he has to say that there is pride and rivalry between the cities of the earth, and that "the men that breed from them, they traffic
up and down, but cling to their cities' hem as a child to the mother's gown.