From the lips of the ape-man came a weird, uncanny sound, and in answer to it there leaped from the blackness of the hut's farthermost
corner a bolt of fur-clad death.
He saw that when the Lady Maud accompanied him they were wont to repair to the farthermost
extremities of the palace grounds where, by a little postern gate, she admitted a certain officer of the Guards to whom the Queen had forbidden the privilege of the court.
Ghak didn't know what Perry meant by heavenly bodies or a compass, but he assured us that you might blindfold any man of Pellucidar and carry him to the farthermost
corner of the world, yet he would be able to come directly to his own home again by the shortest route.
All things were related to all other things from the farthermost
star in the wastes of space to the myriads of atoms in the grain of sand under one's foot.
In other words, the maximum run-out zone or the lower boundary of the fallen rocks can be investigated by identifying the farthermost
areas where boulders from previous rockfalls have fallen (Copons and Vilaplana, 2008; Wieczorek et al.
It's been a dream to travel to Morocco, the farthermost
western tip of the Arab world in the Maghreb, and then crossing over to its northern neighbor of Spain.
In the far northwest province of Hajja, the army and popular forces foiled an attempt by the enemy Saudi troops to advance toward the farthermost
port of Tabat al-Sahil in the port city of Medi, the officials said.
The Government has hurried relief aid to peoples stricken with catastrophes throughout the globe, while devotees, namely the late iconic philanthropist, Abdulrahman Al-Sumait, reached the poor in farthermost
spots of the globe, namely remote African nations.
The appeal of Godolphin has reached the farthermost
corners of the globe, and it is equally important that people living in the UAE get involved and educated about such a unique concept," Hareb told Gulf News.
The second letter, which describes a trip to "the farthermost
part of the Parish of Monsefu," is prefaced by a heading indicating that it was "written the week of Father Conroy's death and arrived just recently.
This essay examines representations of peatland in the farthermost
north-east region of Ulster, in a seminal poem, Rathlin (1820), by one of the foremost, labouring-class Ulster-Scots writers of the Romantic era, Thomas Beggs.
Initially, such programs were used during the economic depression and high level of unemployment, currently, used to ease the negative influence of the industrial restructuring in countries with transition economies and integration of the exposed population groups, farthermost
from the labor market.