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This circumstance had suggested to him the idea of supplying the Russian establishment regularly by means of the annual ship that should visit the settlement at the mouth of the Columbia (or Oregon) ; by this means the casual trading vessels would be excluded from those parts of the coast where their malpractices were so injurious to the Russians.
He considered his projected establishment at the mouth of the Columbia as the emporium to an immense commerce; as a colony that would form the germ of a wide civilization; that would, in fact, carry the American population across the Rocky Mountains and spread it along the shores of the Pacific, as it already animated the shores of the Atlantic.
and have it into thy pretty mouth as speedily as may be.
Possibly seven or eight minutes later I heard Charley's voice as the Reindeer went past the mouth of the slough.
He paused at the mouth of the cave with a sudden shock of suspicion.
Promptly, in the next clinch, the blow was repeated; but after that Joe usually managed to give Ponta the heel of the glove on the mouth and so hold his head back.
And in another isle dwell men that have no heads, and their eyes are in their shoulders and their mouth is in their breast.
The necessary operations for the descent, and the subsequent removal of the cranes and scaffolding that inclined over the mouth of the Columbiad, required a certain period of time.
To refer once again to cirripedes: the larvae in the first stage have three pairs of legs, a very simple single eye, and a probosciformed mouth, with which they feed largely, for they increase much in size.
Sometimes, after coming home thus late in a dark and muggy night, when my feet felt the path which my eyes could not see, dreaming and absent-minded all the way, until I was aroused by having to raise my hand to lift the latch, I have not been able to recall a single step of my walk, and I have thought that perhaps my body would find its way home if its master should forsake it, as the hand finds its way to the mouth without assistance.
cried Pinocchio, wild with terror; but as he screamed, the gold pieces tinkled together in his mouth.
Well, the lion-tamer's big play to the audience was putting his head in a lion's mouth.
The taste of the salt was strong in my mouth, and I was strangling with the acrid stuff in my throat and lungs.
Who hath not at present his heart, his mouth and his eyes full of disgust?
Levin tried to drink coffee and put some roll in his mouth, but his mouth was quite at a loss what to do with the roll.