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And those who'd fain know how we fared Follow and find us, Safe on the hills, with all the world Safely behind us.
It runs almost to the very gates of Ephesus--a town great in all ages of the world--a city familiar to readers of the Bible, and one which was as old as the very hills when the disciples of Christ preached in its streets.
A sign over the door denoted it to be the White Mountain Post Office -- an establishment which distributes letters and newspapers to perhaps a score of persons, comprising the population of two or three townships among the hills.
Even as he went on, the shout, the laugh, the shriek the sob, rose up in unison, till they changed into the hollow, fitful, and uneven sound of the wind, as it fought among the pine-trees on those three lonely hills.
I don't mean a flat country; but a vale--that is, a flat country bounded by hills.
He started with long steps towards Lesser Hill, and Adam was soon furtively running in order to keep up with him.
After this, time stopped, and he, sitting at the mouth of the shrine, could not tell whether he were alive or dead; a man with control of his limbs, or a part of the hills, and the clouds, and the shifting rain and sunlight.
The Black Hills are chiefly composed of sandstone, and in many places are broken into savage cliffs and precipices, and present the most singular and fantastic forms; sometimes resembling towns and castellated fortresses.
He seemed to know these hills as well as he knew the hill dialects, and gave the lama the lie of the land towards Ladakh and Tibet.
Then might she hope with a real hope, for the fields would give her sustenance which she could gain by night, while by day she hid among the surrounding hills, and sometime, yes, sometime she knew, the searchers would come, for John Carter, Warlord of Barsoom, would never cease to search for his daughter until every square haad of the planet had been combed again and again.
Close under the Calton Hill there runs a certain narrow avenue, part street, part by-road.
Then a head showed itself over the rock and the same voice said, "This hill belongs to us, and we don't allow anyone to cross it.
and Miss Eynsford Hill are the mother and daughter who sheltered from the rain in Covent Garden.
Lucie climbed upon the stile and looked up at the hill behind Little-town-a hill that goes up--up--into the clouds as though it had no top!
Mahomet made the people believe that he would call an hill to him, and from the top of it offer up his prayers, for the observers of his law.