And, later, through hundreds and thousands of years, there grew up in the Outer Lands, beyond those which lay under the guard of the Redoubt, mighty and lost races of terrible creatures, half men and half beast, and evil and dreadful; and these made war upon the Redoubt; but were beaten off from that grim, metal mountain, with a vast slaughter.
Return to the entrance, and water at Outer Bay.
Beyond a somewhat childish understanding of 'spiritual wickedness in high places,' you probably have no conception of what is possible once you break-down the slender gulf that is mercifully fixed between you and that Outer World.
It doubled as a spaceport, and was a stopping-over and refueling point on the long voyage between the Inner and Outer Planets.
Louis V. Ledoux The Outer Gate.
BY SIR WALTER SCOTT The outer wall of this splendid and gigantic structure enclosed seven acres, a part of which was occupied by extensive stables, and by a pleasure garden, with its trim arbors and parterres, and the rest formed the large base-court, or outer-yard, of the noble castle.
This excrescence was inclosed by a new wall in 1554, and was called the "Outer Town."
After the suppression of this once celebrated order, the professors of the common law purchased the buildings, and they were then first converted into Inns of Court, called the Inner and Middle Temple, from their former relation to Essex House, which as a part of the buildings, and from its situation outside the division of the city from the suburbs formed by Temple Bar, was called the Outer Temple.
Sometimes a whole line outer Tate and Brady--and Solomon's Song, you know, and sich."
An isthmus between the bay of Salona and the outer sea cuts off a peninsula, which again throws out two horns into the water to form the harbor which has for ages supplanted Salona.
Why they send em off to play--build playhouses outer rocks and hay, leaves, any little thing they throw way we take it to play house.
A, strong fibrous capsule sending partitions into the gland; B, partitions between the follicles or pouches of the cortical or outer portion; C, partitions of the medullary or central portion; D, E, masses of protoplasmic matter in the pouches of the gland; F, lymph-vessels which bring lymph to the gland, passing into its center; G, confluence of those leading to the efferent vessel; H, vessel which carries the lymph away from the gland.
In other words, it is being proved, time after time, that there is some inscrutable Protective Force constantly intervening between the human soul (not the body, mind you,) and the Outer Monstrosities.
It is perhaps, of all things, the usefulest for each of us to do, in these loud times.-- As Dante, the Italian man, was sent into our world to embody musically the Religion of the Middle Ages, the Religion of our Modern Europe, its Inner Life; so Shakspeare, we may say, embodies for us the Outer Life of our Europe as developed then, its chivalries, courtesies, humors, ambitions, what practical way of thinking, acting, looking at the world, men then had.
Now foremost of all those queens was Queen Morgana le Fay (who was King Arthur's sister, and a potent, wicked enchantress, of whom much hath been told in the Book of King Arthur), and besides Queen Morgana there was the Queen of North Wales, and the Queen of Eastland, and the Queen of the Outer Isles.
For he felt about the whole affair the touch somewhere of a great Outer Horror ... and his scattered powers had not as yet had time to collect themselves into a definite attitude of fighting self-control.
If Manuel didn't stay aboard long 'nough ter git his fingers outer thet gold, none ov the others did.
His chapter on the "Outer Geography" of the Odyssey is exceedingly interesting; showing as it does how much may be obtained from the patient and attentive study of even a single author.
One of Thor's expeditions, to Utgard (the Outer Garden, central seat of Jotun-land), is remarkable in this respect.
They'd give 'em a little sompin outer dat crap.
Some traces of Yenking still existed in Gaubil's time; the only relic of it now pointed out is a pagoda outside of the Kwang-An-Man, or western gate of the Outer City, marked in the War Office edition of the Russian Map as "Tower." (
In other words, by certain of the Monstrosities of the Outer Circle.
And when those long-dead screws awoke and moved, bearing me toward the Outer Basin, I saw her stand darkling, lonely, on the Quai through heart-rending murk and drizzly inclemency: and oh my God, the gloomy under-look of those red eyes, and the piteous out-push of that little lip, and the hurried burying of that face!
This fort, from its favourable situation, protects the harbour and outer anchorage, as well as commands the town.
These were pleasant moments when, ascending from the chill outer air, we found our chamber aglow with ruddy firelight that glinted in the mirrors and sparkled on the shining surface of the polished floor; when we drew our chairs up to the hearth, and, scorning the electric light, revelled in the beauty of the leaping and darting flames.