This was not the map we found in Billy Bones's chest, but an accurate copy, complete in all things--names and heights and soundings--with the single exception of the red crosses and the written notes.
All round this they had cleared a wide space, and then the thing was completed by a paling six feet high, without door or opening, too strong to pull down without time and labour and too open to shelter the besiegers.
Servants waited around him, complete with parasols, a portable bar, wet towels to rub his face and hands should he feel the need, and a host of other luxuries that-to Lightsong-were simply commonplace.
She became a constant guest at the French Embassy, where no party was considered to be complete without the presence of the charming Madame Ravdonn Cravley.
Dozens of photographs of this sort, and all inscribed in this manner, were completed before I left Cumberland, and hundreds more remain to be done.
My books are not complete until you read them and add your imagination to the events they contain.
2001--Background entries completed for all 267 entities in the Factbook.
The account of the commissariat is now complete to the end of the Dongola Expedition; but it may conveniently be carried forward with the railway construction.
At the time of Yefim Petrovitch’s death Alyosha had two more yearsto complete at the provincial gymnasium.
The passage was completed on the 16th, and the next day the advance was resumed along the west bank of the Atbara.
Thisis the most common and complete of all Chinese dictionaries for common use.
When he had completed about half the entire circuit of the wall he found another corridor like that from which he had come, and out of which many doors opened.
The Christianisation of Denmark had been completed under Cnut, who also ruled over England (1014-35).
In the Nile expeditions of 1885 the railway from Halfa had been completed through Sarras and as far as Akasha, a distance of eighty-six miles.
As in repeating a well-known song, so in instincts, one action follows another by a sort of rhythm; if a person be interrupted in a song, or in repeating anything by rote, he is generally forced to go back to recover the habitual train of thought: so P. Huber found it was with a caterpillar, which makes a very complicated hammock; for if he took a caterpillar which had completed its hammock up to, say, the sixth stage of construction, and put it into a hammock completed up only to the third stage, the caterpillar simply re-performed the fourth, fifth, and sixth stages of construction.
The temple at Belur, an eleventh-century masterpiece completed during the reign of King Vishnuvardhana, is unsurpassed in the world for its delicacy of detail and exuberant imagery.
The fourthe day complete from noon to noon, When that the highe masse was y-done,In halle sat this January, and May,As fresh as is the brighte summer’s day.