After the first rush, the flow of water eased down to a steady stream, maybe a foot in depth; though I could not see this, until I had procured one of the lighted candles, and, with it, started to reconnoiter.
Under our feet run magnetic currents that flow from pole to pole.
He had just been hearing from a friend of the very brilliant season at Deauville this year, and the streams of gold that flowed into the caisse of the management of the new hotel and casino.
The one we entered flows in a tortuous course through a natural meadow, stretching away on either hand forty or fifty rods, to a dense forest of spruce, maple, and beech, above which gigantic pines stand stately and tall in their pride.
Well, last summer, I was out that way among the lakes that lie sleeping in beauty, and along the streams that flow through the old woods, playing the savage and vagabondizing in a promiscuous way.
The time will undoubtedly come when the entire area of this noble valley will be tilled like a garden, when the fertilizing waters of the mountains, now flowing to the sea, will be distributed to every acre, giving rise to prosperous towns, wealth, arts, etc.
In many places the current is less than a fourth of an inch deep, and flows with so little friction it is scarcely visible.
This fragmentary ice-sheet, and the immense glaciers about Mount St. Elias, together with the multitude of separate river-like glaciers that load the slopes of the coast mountains, evidently once formed part of a continuous ice-sheet that flowed over all the region hereabouts, and only a comparatively short time ago extended as far southward as the mouth of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, probably farther.
I wanted to be free and comfortable for a month; to lay around loose in a promiscuous way among the hills, where beautiful lakes lay sleeping in their quiet loveliness; where the rivers flow on their everlasting course through primeval forests; where the moose, the deer, the panther and the wolf still range, and where the speckled trout sport in the crystal waters.
"On the west side of this range he found a river flowing out of what he called Mayhew Lake, and crossing this got to the head of Beaver River, which he descended as before mentioned.
It flows for miles through a low and marshy region, with dense alderbushes clustering along the shore, and scattering fir-trees, dead at the top, standing between these and the forests in the background.
As one staggering beneath a too heavy burden, he rose with difficulty, his limbs stiff, yet his whole frame agitated; then he sank back into his chair, with two big tears flowing down his cheeks.
These cliff-bound glaciers, seemingly wedged and immovable, are flowing like water and grinding the rocks beneath them.
It is a kind of murky drain, which, flowing between, catches the refuse from Fifth Avenue and the leavings from Broadway.
On August 21, I set a series of stakes in the Maclure Glacier, near Mount Lyell, and found its rate of motion to be little more than an inch a day in the middle, showing a great contrast to the Muir Glacier in Alaska, which, near the front, flows at a rate of from five to ten feet in twenty-four hours.
Is the current of progress to flow by them for ever, bearing no reforms which shall affect them?
After a little a tiny stream, growing each moment, began to flow past my feet.
There was no village there then, and the farms which stretched from hill to hill were greatly less valuable than they are now; but the woods and pastures, and meadows, lay exactly in the right places, and had among them partridges, and squirrels, and pigeons, and cattle, and sheep enough to make things pleasant; besides, there were plenty of trout in those days, in the stream that flows along through the valley midway between the hills.
In this instance, human nature seemed stubborn in a double degree, but after it was over I felt my peace flow as a river.
The real Burns, though indeed a genius of song, was far better read than the expectant world wished to believe, particularly in those whom he called his "bosom favorites," the sentimentalists Mackenzie and Sterne; and his sense of rhythm and melody had been trained by his emulation of earlier Scotch lyricists, whose lilting cadences flow towards him as highland rills to the gathering torrent.
He would hold on until the rising tide flowed across the tug.
And I smiled to think God's greatness flowed around our incompleteness,
, it was as if the river flowed under a sullen sheath which undulated to its curves.
The Scottish bard was introduced to the world by his first admirers as "a heaven-taught ploughman, of humble unlettered station," whose "simple strains, artless and unadorned, seem to flow without effort from the native feelings of the heart"; and as "a signal instance of true and uncultivated genius."
Young blood had been shed overnight, and more flowed during the eleven-o'-clock interval that morning to avenge the insult.
In the case of Lepidus a serpent coiled about a centurion's sword and a wolf that entered his camp and his tent while he was eating dinner and knocked down the table indicated at once power and disappointment as a result of power: in that of Antony milk flowing about the ramparts and a kind of chant echoing about at night signified gladness of heart and destruction succeeding it.
Let us turn from Haggerston and Battersea and the Parliamentary squabbles of to-day, and visit the regions where the great mountains were standing and the holy Ganges flowed within two or three centuries before or after the birth of Christ.
Every drop of sap in the tree flows toward foliage and fruit.
At the edge of the wash I could make out something prone, dim, limp, thrown constantly in new positions of weariness as the water ebbed and flowed beneath it, now an arm thrown out, now cast back, as though Old Scrubs slept feverishly.
The beautiful Chehalis River flows near by; Wesley Everest was left dangling from one of its bridges.
We were now in a shallow vale, through which a little stream flowed among broad reed-beds.
Thus at last they came to the river, that flowed before them vague in the half-light, whose sullen waters gurgled evilly among the willows that drooped upon the marge.
When the stream of misfortune flows against us, we struggle in vain against the tide.
It is conceivable that so many ditches might be taken out of the stream, and so much of the water lost by evaporation and seepage into the soil irrigated, that a stream which, uninterfered with, was bank full and even flowing throughout the summer, might, under such changed condition, become absolutely dry on the lower reaches of its course.
They established the fact that in contrast to the deep waters which flow above the northern Pole, the southern Pole is raised upon an Antarctic mountain continent many thousand feet in height.
"You mean that he actually did write it while you were looking over his shoulder?" "I mean that the words formed themselves on the sheet of paper under my eyes, precisely as they flowed off his pen." "And there wasn't any pen?" "There wasn't anything.
He was dressed in a long green robe, embroidered with gold and pearls, over which his white beard flowed below his waist.
If ever an officer deserved to be shot it was Major Stopford, who tamely surrendered his well-armed and well-provided fort to an insignificant force, after a flimsy resistance of only thirty-six hours, without even taking the trouble to throw his stores into the river that flowed beside his strong stone walls.
Before we were out of the tide, which for miles flows up the river, our vessel grounded three times, but after puffing and straining for a considerable time, she got off without damage and pursued her onward course.
That river flowed round the walls of Lucca.
Consequently, a volcanic mountain having a broad profile is built up over time by flow after flow of relatively fluid basaltic lava issuing from vents or fissures on the surface of the volcano.
The argon gas in the airspace between the glass reduces heat loss by reducing heat flow via air movement.
Like a fountain flowing amid a summer of leaves and song, the sweet hours came with quiet and melodious murmur.
They flood when the strength of the river causes it to flow beyond the banks.
As I looked more attentively, I saw several of the Passengers dropping thro' the Bridge, into the great Tide that flowed underneath it; and upon farther Examination, perceived there were innumerable Trap-doors that lay concealed in the Bridge, which the Passengers no sooner trod upon, but they fell thro' them into the Tide and immediately disappeared.
The cash would be retroactive to March and would keep flowing until three months after the Health and Human Services Department has declared the public health emergency is over.
He got it that he might give it out, and that from him as a head it might flow unto his members, and therefore he is the bread that came down from heaven, and giveth life to the world, John vi. 35.
And all the way, the veil of tears Flows from each drooping lid; No face she sees, no voice she hears, Till in her chamber hid.
Michael C. Sullivan, Nonsingular Smale Flows in the 3-Sphere with One Attractor and One Repeller, Top.
Returns the sum of flows inside the given box.
The waters of her own existence had flowed forthwith those prepared for her flowers, and before assistance could be summoned she expired peacefully in my arms, without a struggle.
A brick-lined drainage channel flowed alongside every street.
In Canada's private sector, a self-regulatory code was developed in the 1990s, and was largely based on the fair information practices outlined in the 1980 OECD Guidelines for Governing the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data.
H. Mukaidani, L. Cai, and X. Shen, "Stable Queue Management for Supporting TCP Flows over Wireless Networks", Proc.
Thus am I poisoned, here flows forth the blood!
In the early eighties after a study of the flow due to the tidal differences, a tidal lock near the Pacific was provided.
His long yellow hair flowed behind him as he rode along, all clad in silk and velvet, with jewels flashing and dagger jingling against the pommel of the saddle.
Bottles of wine suddenly uncork and begin to flow amongst the neighbours.
For example, an online retail shopping app will have different flows than an RPG game.
The company also expects nine percent compound annual growth in adjusted operating cash flow per share through 2024 while holding annual capital spending in a narrow range of $19 to $22 billion.
I've watched you since the faintest spark blazed in your mother's womb, I've watched your hypocritic grief, beside your father's tomb; I know the tainted blood that flows thru your each and every vein That shows up in your withered arm, and feeds your fevered brain.
The open concept layout flows outside creating a seamless indoor/outdoor living space with access to the balcony, patio, west backyard and dock.
By contrast, many of Debussy's dissonances simply flow onto another dissonance in chains of seventh chords etc. Another way that Debussy holds tonality in suspense is through the use of the pentatonic and whole-tone scales in both melody and harmony.