Thus, when he had bumped his nose on the back-wall a few times, he accepted that he would not disappear into walls
. In the same way he accepted that his father could disappear into walls
SO THE son of Menoetius was attending to the hurt of Eurypylus within the tent, but the Argives and Trojans still fought desperately, nor were the trench and the high wall
above it, to keep the Trojans in check longer.
``The castle is large, the outer walls
standing on a pleasant ascent from the river, but much overtopt by a high hill, on which the town stands, situated at the head of a rich and magnificent vale, formed by an amphitheatre of woody hills, in which flows the gentle Don.
It was the long walk outside the gardens with the walls
Rouletabille literally passed his nose and hands along the walls
, constructed of solid brickwork.
"We've no time to lose." And I looked wildly from wall
, only to find them as barren and inaccessible on this side as on the other.
were loosely constructed, and had lately been plastered throughout with a rough plaster, which the dampness of the atmosphere had prevented from hardening.
As soon as this occurred, the bees ceased to excavate, and began to build up flat walls
of wax on the lines of intersection between the basins, so that each hexagonal prism was built upon the festooned edge of a smooth basin, instead of on the straight edges of a three-sided pyramid as in the case of ordinary cells.
The cavity completely pierced the substance of the wall
. Nothing but the paper on the other side prevented eye or hand from penetrating into the next room.
Behind it lay a few desolate fields, and then the brown heath-clad summit of the hill; before it (enclosed by stone walls
, and entered by an iron gate, with large balls of grey granite - similar to those which decorated the roof and gables - surmounting the gate-posts) was a garden, - once stocked with such hard plants and flowers as could best brook the soil and climate, and such trees and shrubs as could best endure the gardener's torturing shears, and most readily assume the shapes he chose to give them, - now, having been left so many years untilled and untrimmed, abandoned to the weeds and the grass, to the frost and the wind, the rain and the drought, it presented a very singular appearance indeed.
Once in the valley their progress was rapid, so that it was still light when they halted before the towering walls
of the ancient city.
The spoor lay directly along the trail for another half-mile when the way suddenly debouched from the forest into open land and there broke upon the astonished view of the ape-man the domes and minarets of a walled