But the foregoing remarks on distribution apply not only to strictly arctic forms, but also to many sub-arctic and to some few northern temperate forms, for some of these are the same on the lower mountains and on the plains of North America and Europe; and it may be reasonably asked how I account for the necessary degree of uniformity of the sub-arctic and northern temperate forms round the world, at the commencement of the Glacial period.
On this view we can understand the relationship, with very little identity, between the productions of North America and Europe,--a relationship which is most remarkable, considering the distance of the two areas, and their separation by the Atlantic Ocean.
Toward the north the escarpments were lowered by a depression which would probably have given access to the interior of the crater.
Toward the north, on the contrary, till where it was bounded by the "Sea of Storms," it resembled a liquid surface agitated by a storm, of which the hills and hollows formed a succession of waves suddenly congealed.
You may depend on our return to North Shin gles in four or five days at furthest.
When he opened them again Captain Wragge had passed through the garden gate and was on his way back to North Shingles.
Only man could have placed that collar there, and as no race of Martians of which we knew aught ever had attempted to domesticate the ferocious apt, he must belong to a people of the north
of whose very existence we were ignorant--possibly to the fabled yellow men of Barsoom; that once powerful race which was supposed to be extinct, though sometimes, by theorists, thought still to exist in the frozen north
No, I cannot do that," she replied, "but I will give you my kiss, and no one will dare injure a person who has been kissed by the Witch of the North
Seeing the north
shore so near, I began to paddle for it.
Kotuko insisted that the tornaq of the stone had told him to go north
, and north
they went under Tuktuqdjung the Reindeer--those stars that we call the Great Bear.
After that kindly introduction I began going North
alone to secure funds.
Yes, but WHOSE horse was it that took us to North
A march of nine miles took them over high rolling prairies to the north
fork; their eyes being regaled with the welcome sight of herds of buffalo at a distance, some careering the plain, others grazing and reposing in the natural meadows.
If he could persuade Achmet Zek to send him in command of the party which took Lady Greystoke north
it would give him the opportunity he craved to make his escape from his chief.
This latter tooth greatly interested me,  and I took scrupulous care in ascertaining that it had been embedded contemporaneously with the other remains; for I was not then aware that amongst the fossils from Bahia Blanca there was a horse's tooth hidden in the matrix: nor was it then known with certainty that the remains of horses are common in North