It occurred to me then, that there might be a time-table in Baedeker; it would be well to find out the hours of starting.
Presently Baedeker was found again, and I hunted eagerly for the time-table.
On our way back to my room, he stopped, and looked at the railway time-table
in the hall.
Philip, anxious to be distracted, looked up a time-table
and discovered the only train Hayward was likely to come by; he went to meet him, and the reunion of the friends was enthusiastic.
The railway time-table hanging over it met his eye.
She followed the intricate net-work of lines and figures with her finger--suddenly stopped--looked again to make sure--and turned from the time-table with a face of blank despair.
As a matter of fact, according to the time-table
, no train was due to leave the station or to arrive at it, on this particular platform, for several hours.
was being passed from hand to hand: the doctor was still in the library.
We shall want those Continental time-tables
and the London A.
Women's words fell into water, but the shortcomings of time-tables
This came barely a month after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) released the time-table
for the general elections.
According to the guidelines, employers are told to openly display the time-table
of their working hours at a place visible to labour inspectors at worksites.