At this moment one of those heavy wagons, drawn by bullocks, which carry the wood cut in the fine forests of the country to the ports of the Loire, came out of a byroad
full of ruts and turned on that which the two horsemen were following.
At Purfleet, on a byroad
, I came across just such a place as seemed to be required, and where was displayed a dilapidated notice that the place was for sale.
By a miracle, monsieur, I must acknowledge, with a sword thrust in my breast, and by nailing the Comte de Wardes on the byroad
to Calais, like a butterfly on a tapestry.
But the road, even the byroad
, was excellent; for Lowick, as we have seen, was not a parish of muddy lanes and poor tenants; and it was into Lowick parish that Fred and Rosamond entered after a couple of miles' riding.
Television footage from one flashpoint in western Paris showed a number of protesters dropping tyres from a higher byroad
down onto the four-lane Paris ring-road, while others burned tyres that blocked some lanes.
Take the train to Conwy or the access byroad
to the town is on the A55 and B5106 - you can park in one of the hotel's two car parks.
the So-called ufologist came to her conclusion after claiming she was abducted on a Welsh byroad
Another project is the design of 124 km Heroib/Al Mazyounah and the byroad
But this is a book to experience in full, down to its many lengthy footnotes, each a capsule history of some fascinating byroad
to the main story.
AFTER ridingCosmicChatterfor trainerDavidBarrontobeatthe odds-on Liber in the conditions event at Musselburgh, Graham Gibbonsmadethelongjourney downfromScotlandtoLancashire byroad
, it is just six miles fromthe detached streets of Radyr to the Loudon Square tower blocks in the middle of Cardiff.
Former Tower Federal Credit Union President Robert Byroad
has died at the age of 81.