tunnel


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Maybe you're thinking of joining forces with the professor again, as you did when you dug the big tunnel.
The City Council had passed a quiet and innocent little bill allowing a company to construct telephone conduits under the city streets; and upon the strength of this, a great corporation had proceeded to tunnel all Chicago with a system of railway freight-subways.
The cavern was nearly a hundred yards long, and when we reached its inner limit the proprietor stepped into a branch tunnel with his candles and left us buried in the bowels of the glacier, and in pitch-darkness.
They could not tunnel straight on account of stones; but by the end of the night they were under the kitchen floor.
A small picture presented the interior of an immensely long and rectangular vault or tunnel, with low walls, smooth, white, and without interruption or device.
Soon we were hemmed in with trees, which in places arched right over the roadway till we passed as through a tunnel.
Yes; a subterranean passage, which I have named the Arabian Tunnel.
One tunnel only, fourteen thousand feet in length, was pierced in order to arrive at the great basin.
Swinging myself in, I found it was the aperture of a narrow horizontal tunnel in which I could lie down and rest.
It seemed to me, too, that the house was inconveniently chosen, and required a needless length of tunnel.
But here we plunged into a tunnel, and I leaned back and closed my eyes for a moment, trying to recall a few of the incidents of my recent dream.
Montalais had not missed a word of this conversation, which echo conveyed to her as if through a tunnel.