And so with heavy hearts we start to find what ships leave for the Black Sea
I've seen the Black Sea
and the Red Sea; I rounded the Isle of Wight; I discovered the Yellow River, And the Orange too by night.
Thou ill announcer," said Zarathustra at last, "that is a cry of distress, and the cry of a man; it may come perhaps out of a black sea
Below them was a vast space, at the bottom of which was a black sea
with rolling billows, through which little tongues of flame constantly shot up.
After leaving Constantinople, the way will be taken out through the beautiful Bosphorus, across the Black Sea
to Sebastopol and Balaklava, a run of about twenty-four hours.
There's a great black sea
of suspicion and doubt creeping up to swamp the little spark of intuition inside us.
On the way home that night he purchased a steam yacht, and built a million-dollar villa on the Black Sea
At last he went to England on a visit, and had to pay enormous sums to the priests when he came back; for even so high-caste a Brahmin as Purun Dass lost caste by crossing the black sea
Among other things, in the six exciting years of their marriage she had climbed Chimborazo with him, made a three-thousand-mile winter journey with dogs and sleds in Alaska, ridden a horse from Canada to Mexico, cruised the Mediterranean in a ten-ton yawl, and canoed from Germany to the Black Sea
across the heart of Europe.
With these, he was bravely steering his way across the continent, undismayed by danger, difficulty, or distance, in the same way that a New England coaster and his neighbors will coolly launch forth on a voyage to the Black Sea
, or a whaling cruise to the Pacific.
Thence to Java, loading sugar for Marseilles, and back along the Mediterranean to the Black Sea
, and on to Baltimore, down to her marks with crome ore, buffeted by hurricanes, short again of bunker coal and calling at Bermuda to replenish.
And on every side of the castle they could hear the miles and miles of black pine wood seething like a black sea
around a rock.