Jewels, Clod, and Parlin hung back while Tonk Fah strolled away to watch the perimeter.
She kept wandering the perimeter, stumbling every now and then, though there was nothing to trip on.
Obviously the measurements of a single angle would no longer be sufficient under such portentous circumstances; one's whole life would be taken up in feeling or surveying the perimeter of one's acquaintances.
He might have formed the army into a solid mass of men and animals, arranged the infantry four deep all round the perimeter, and dug as big a ditch or built as high a zeriba as time allowed.
In the next her back was to the camera, apparently panning the perimeter.
Are our ticket-collectors to be required to measure every man's perimeter before they allow him to enter a theatre, or to take his place in a lecture room?
By the middle of December all these works were completed, and Prospect Plateau, shaped something like an irregular pentagon, having a perimeter of about four miles, was encircled with a liquid belt, making it absolutely safe from all aggression.
Those nine klicks of displaced contrail had merely grazed the perimeter, cut across an arc of forty or fifty degrees.
An ocean whose parallel winding shores form an immense perimeter fed by the world’s greatest rivers: the St. Lawrence, Mississippi, Amazon, Plata, Orinoco, Niger, Senegal, Elbe, Loire, and Rhine, which bring it waters from the most civilized countries as well as the most undeveloped areas!
As they approached the perimeter of where the tents had been, the trash became heavier.