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The apire had carried this up eighty perpendicular yards, -- part of the way by a steep passage, but the greater part up notched poles, placed in a zigzag line up the shaft.
A ray of city sunshine found its way through the tangle of tall buildings on the other side of the street, lay in a zigzag path across his carpet, and touched the firm lines of his thoughtful face.
To go from the door to the head of the bed was a zigzag course that he was never quite able to accomplish in the dark without collisions.
In front of the table benches arranged in zigzag form, like the circumvallations of a retrenchment, formed a succession of bastions and curtains set apart for the use of the members of the club; and on this especial evening one might say, "All the world was on the ramparts.
Stepan Arkadyevitch hit one at the very moment when it was beginning its zigzag movements, and the snipe fell in a heap into the mud.
The sunlight forced its way through a chink in the blind, and stretched across the floor in strange zigzag fashion.
In the video is seen that how the hog risking other drivers with his speedy maneuver and incredible zigzags.
Washington, Feb 5 (ANI): A Stone-Age era artifact carved with multiple zigzags and what appears to be a woman with spread legs has been found in Poland.
Zebra crossings do not just affect two or three yards of road, they affect 60 to 70 yards when the zigzags are included.
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf councils have announced the joint operation with South Wales Police to catch parents who break the law by parking on double yellow lines and zigzags.
Also, the two zigzags are nearly equal at this point.
Dark Star Henry has got to lead the two Zigzags to win the final, but I'm convinced he can.