But I evidently became confused by the twisting and turning
of the canyons and gullies, for I did not come to the land of Sari then, nor for a long time thereafter.
The old man stopped and, turning back, said: "Oh, yes, my dear sir, a thousand pardons.
What do you make of it, Professor Porter?" he added, turning to the old man.
Jane, turning at the cry, saw the cause of it lying prone upon the floor before them--the whitened skeleton of a man.
Quickly, with an impatient stamp of her little foot, she endeavored to shake off the gloomy forebodings, and turning to Esmeralda bade her cease her wailing.
He now approached the sick man with the noiseless step of one in full vigor of life, with his delicate white fingers raised from the green quilt the hand that was free, and turning
sideways felt the pulse and reflected a moment.
"Frank!" repeated Norah, advancing on her sister and turning pale as suddenly as she had turned red.
Norah, turning paler and paler, barred the way to her.
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In these cases, straying close to the procedure turn distance before turning
inbound could very well put you outside of the protected airspace.
right often come close to or overlap with scooters waiting to complete their left turn, and if the light signals are not clear collisions can occur.
The newest are on Churchill Way, with a no right turn for motorists onto North Edward Street and also on Colum Road, to stop those travelling towards the city centre from turning
right turn into Corbett Road.