The ladies had passed near it in their way along the valley, but it was screened from their view at home by the projection
of a hill.
High features, naturally strong and powerfully expressive, had been burnt almost into Negro blackness by constant exposure to the tropical sun, and might, in their ordinary state, be said to slumber after the storm of passion had passed away; but the projection
of the veins of the forehead, the readiness with which the upper lip and its thick black moustaches quivered upon the slightest emotion, plainly intimated that the tempest might be again and easily awakened.
Seated upon the projection
formed by the hull of the pinnace, I inhaled the salt breeze with delight.
He was dead; and even as he died a line of white heat, the limb of the sun, rose eastward beyond the projection
of the bay, splashing its radiance across the sky and turning the dark sea into a weltering tumult of dazzling light.
Glancing upward, I saw the aperture, a small blue disk, in which a star was visible, while little Weena's head showed as a round black projection
A reddish flash at the edge, the slightest projection
of the outline just as the chronometer struck midnight; and at that I told Ogilvy and he took my place.
Indeed, one of his best-known poems, "The Return to the Mountains", makes mention of the projection
of the astral body through space during sleep.
Moreover, in one of the walls was a projection
, caused by a false chimney, or fireplace, that had been filled up, and made to resemble the red of the cellar.
When I have you before my eyes there is such a projection
of my whole being towards you that I fail to see you distinctly.
Verily it is neither-but beware how thou lettest the rope slip too rapidly through thy fingers; for should the wicker-work chance to hang on the projection
of Yonder crag, there will be a woful outpouring of the holy things of the sanctuary.
She had hardly ever said a word to him to produce this impression, but it was a part of her, either a projection
of her mysterious and outlandish background or of something inherently dramatic, passionate and unusual in herself.
Now one perceived with affright at the very top of one of the towers, a fantastic dwarf climbing, writhing, crawling on all fours, descending outside above the abyss, leaping from projection
, and going to ransack the belly of some sculptured gorgon; it was Quasimodo dislodging the crows.