The Victoria thus passed over the country of the Tibbous, crossed the Belad el Djerid, a desert of briers that forms the border of the Soudan, and advanced into the desert of sand streaked with the long tracks of the many caravans that pass and repass
An hour later, after nightfall, he repassed
the plantation, going northward in the direction from which he had come.
But since I am arrived at the banks of this renowned river, which I have passed and repassed
so many times; and since all that I have read of the nature of its waters, and the causes of its overflowing, is full of fables, the reader may not be displeased to find here an account of what I saw myself, or was told by the inhabitants.
Without doubt, while looking towards the heavens, resuming his marvelous dream, he repassed
by the same road by which the vision, at once so terrible and sweet, had led him before; for after having gently closed his eyes, he reopened them and began to smile: he had just seen Raoul, who had smiled upon him.
She passed and repassed
her long brown hand gently over her pet's glossy fur.
I passed and repassed
the house, and stopped and listened at the door; all was dark, and silent as the grave.
In truth, the walker, who, during the observations of the two friends, had passed and repassed
behind them several times, stopped at the name of De Winter; but as his face betrayed no emotion at mention of this name, it might have been by chance he stood so still.
After a time they repassed
the Quadling house and the man was still standing on the bank.
The footsteps of the sentinel echoed monotonously as he paced its stone pavement to and fro (reminding Barnaby of the watch he had so lately kept himself); and as he passed and repassed
the door, he made the cell for an instant so black by the interposition of his body, that his going away again seemed like the appearance of a new ray of light, and was quite a circumstance to look for.
As he repassed
the females, he paused a moment to gaze upon their beauty, answering to the smile and nod of Alice with a look of open pleasure.
Old Barley was growling and swearing when we repassed
his door, with no appearance of having ceased or of meaning to cease.
Sotto, however, said that the "Congress, being dynamic, can refile and repass
the bill." He said the Senate will prioritize it once it is refiled in the chamber.