Boggs rode up before the biggest store in town, and bent his head down so he could see under the curtain of the awning
Nor did the doctor forget an awning
to shelter the car, nor the coverings and blankets that were to be the bedding of the journey, nor some fowling pieces and rifles, with their requisite supply of powder and ball.
For five minutes the two stood in the shelter of the store awning
Trent nodded, and the three men scrambled up the beach, across an open space, and gained the shelter of a broad balcony, shielded by a striped awning
which surrounded the plain white stone hotel.
The idea of this monstrous exposure of her person was so painful to her relations that they could have covered with gold the ingenious person who suddenly discovered that the chair was too wide to pass between the iron uprights of the awning
which extended from the church door to the curbstone.
So it is that I can see her and hear her now on a hundred separate occasions beneath the awning
beneath the stars on deck below at noon or night but plainest of all in the evening of the day we signalled the Island of Ascension, at the close of that last concert on the quarter-deck.
Out from the shade of the awning
the coin flashed golden in the blaze of sunshine and fell toward the sea in a glittering arch.
The hunters possibly no more than tolerated me, though none of them disliked me; while Smoke and Henderson, convalescent under a deck awning
and swinging day and night in their hammocks, assured me that I was better than any hospital nurse, and that they would not forget me at the end of the voyage when they were paid off.
John's help she stretched an awning
, and persuaded Mrs.
Jos was seated at that moment on deck under the awning
, and pretty nearly opposite to the Earl of Bareacres and his family, whose proceedings absorbed the Bengalee almost entirely.
The children all scampered off to the awning
, and they stood there in a line, gazing upon the intruding lovers, still exchanging their vows and sighs.
Marie lay reclined on a sofa, opposite the window opening on the verandah, closely secluded, under an awning
of transparent gauze, from the outrages of the mosquitos, and languidly holding in her hand an elegantly bound prayer-book.