In the second and third acts he had no place; but when the curtain rose upon the fourth act, Vail was once more the central
figure, standing white-haired among his captains, and pushing forward the completion of the "grand telephonic system" that he had dreamed of when the telephone was three years old.
From this central
point two long corridors extended the whole length of the building, from which all the bedrooms opened.
Don't you think the Central
Lake would be more descriptive?
There is the cathedral of Rouen, which would be entirely Gothic if it did not bathe the tip of its central
spire in the zone of the Renaissance.
Small children's air-balloons of the latest model attached to string became a serious check to the pedestrian in Central
Attempted drives from east to west- similar to the contrary movements of 1805, 1807, and 1809- precede the great westward movement; there is the same coalescence into a group of enormous dimensions; the same adhesion of the people of Central
Europe to the movement; the same hesitation midway, and the same increasing rapidity as the goal is approached.
After half an hour or more of rapid racing through the underground passages that are a distinguishing feature of all Barsoomian cities, modern as well as ancient, his captors suddenly emerged into the moonlight of a courtyard, far from the central
This compartment of the enclosure Virginia was not invited to inspect, but as members of the crew carried in the two great chests which the professor had left upon the Ithaca until the last moment, Virginia caught a glimpse of the two buildings that had been erected within this central
space--a small, square house which was quite evidently her father's laboratory, and a long, low thatched shed divided into several compartments, each containing a rude bunk.
He had reason to believe that discoveries made by modern travelers in Central
America had been reported from time to time by the English press; and he wished copies to be taken of any notices of this sort which might be found, on referring to the files of newspapers kept in the reading-room of the British Museum.
SEEING that his audiences were becoming smaller every Sunday, a Minister of the Gospel broke off in the midst of a sermon, descended the pulpit stairs, and walked on his hands down the central
aisle of the church.
William Holt, a wealthy manufacturer of Chicago, was living temporarily in a little town of central
New York, the name of which the writer's memory has not retained.
Away back, probably, in what is called the cradle of the human race--the plains of Central