But when one day a member of the tribe discovered the blacks in great numbers on the banks of a little stream that had been their watering place
for generations, and in the act of clearing a space in the jungle and erecting many huts, the apes would remain no longer; and so Tarzan led them inland for many marches to a spot as yet undefiled by the foot of a human being.
They generally consist of foreign watering places
where the sheep and the goats house together now and then.
The Prophet (PBUH) strictly warned against defiling them as it would provoke Allah's curse as well as the people's, saying Beware of the three acts that cause others to curse you relieving yourselves in a watering place
, on foot paths or shaded places where people can sit or take rest.
It is "a small decaying watering place
" that hums to the sound of pagan fertility rituals, a male-voice choir, organ music and a brass band.
To my way of thinking, this is grossly unfair.' 04CROSBY, one of Liverpool's 'fashionable suburbs', was thought to be Lancashire's oldest watering place
. This was based on a clipping from the London Observer 100 years earlier which commented on the baths and hotel being built there.
One of the quilts is on show in the A First Class Watering Place
at the gallery now.
The word spa comes from the Belgian town of Spa, famed for its healing cold springs and frequented as a watering place
since the 14th century.
Which 18th century Suffolk artist painted The Blue Boy and The Watering Place
Built in 1876 as a watering place
for steam engines, it's been restored and converted into a private home - the project appeared in Channel 4's Restoration Man series earlier this year.
The watering place
was located in centre of the project area and it was feared that the spring would be blocked; however, the CDA's relevant formation succeeded to prove the apprehensions wrong.
THE name of Chopwell Wood is thought to have come from the Anglo-Saxon Ceoppa Well, meaning cattle watering place