But you must be a thorough whaleman, to see these sights; and not only that, but if you wish to return to such a sight again, you must be sure and take the exact intersecting
latitude and longitude of your first stand-point, else so chance-like are such observations of the hills, that your precise, previous stand-point would require a laborious re-discovery; like the Solomon islands, which still remain incognita, though once high-ruffed Mendanna trod them and old Figuera chronicled them.
lt so happened that half of this was in one direction and half in another, necessitating a change of cars; the law required that transfers be given at all intersecting
points, but the railway corporation had gotten round this by arranging a pretense at separate ownership.
A path, on the principle of an inclined plane, turns round and round the building like a screw, and gives access to the different stories, intersecting
each of them in its turn, and thus gradually rising to the top of the wall of the tower.
After this, the country grew barer and barer: no more rolling woods, no more wide-branching trees near frequent homesteads, no more bushy hedgerows, but greystone walls intersecting
the meagre pastures, and dismal wide-scattered greystone houses on broken lands where mines had been and were no longer.
We had passed within its streets and were walking toward the central portion, when at an intersecting
avenue we saw a body of green warriors approaching.
Once again they charge, but a sortie by a large force of Okarians from an intersecting
avenue crumples the head of the column, and the men of Helium go down, fighting, beneath an overwhelming force.
In the troubled waters of conflicting and intersecting
intrigues that eddied about the Emperor's headquarters, it was possible to succeed in many ways unthinkable at other times.
The man had only a two-wheel chaise, and this was the vehicle which Boxtel had hired since last evening, and in which he was now driving along the road to Delft; for the road from Loewestein to Haarlem, owing to the many canals, rivers, and rivulets intersecting
the country, is exceedingly circuitous.