They had partially explored the long sweep of Washington Bay from Claw Cape to Reptile End; the wooded and marshy shore of the west coast, and the interminable downs which extended to the half-open mouth of Shark Gulf.
We know practically nothing as yet of the archaeology of China, we do not know anything of the Stone Age in that part of the world, and at present our ideas of this early civilization are derived from the still very imperfectly explored Chinese literature.
Only a small portion of the surface of the earth has been geologically explored, and no part with sufficient care, as the important discoveries made every year in Europe prove.
But, sir, wouldn’t it be as well to explore the island thoroughly before doing anything else?”
Your folk are brilliant, WooZan; surely they have explored this question.
We must remember that so far only western Europe has been properly explored for Palaeolithic remains, and that practically all we know of the Neanderthal species comes from that area (see Map, p. 56).
This was to explore minutely the well opening into the corridor.
Morris claimed that his ingenious “worm” program was meant to harmlessly explore the Internet, but due to bad programming, the Worm replicated out of control and crashed some six thousand Internet computers.
10.4 Primitive TradeAll these early beginnings must have taken place far back in time, and in regions of the world that have still to be effectively explored by the archaeologists.
This is why nearly all of his activities are in the big out-of-doors; this is why he is constantly exploring and pioneering in order to extend his boundaries.
The reporter said that when the feast was spread for them it would be strange if the rabbits did not come; and the hunters explored the warren carefully.
But, meanwhile, Mr. Lizard had passed the equatorial line of the waistband, and was calmly exploring that part of the preacher’s anatomy which lay underneath the back of his shirt.
Remains of them have been found in badly explored graves in northern Korea.