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I had now arrived at that particular point of my walk where four roads met--the road to Hampstead, along which I had returned, the road to Finchley, the road to West End, and the road back to London.
I only wondered at your appearance in the road, because it seemed to me to be empty the instant before I saw you.
Come on, Shaggy Man, if you want me to show you the road to Butterfield.
Kutuzov himself with all his transport took the road to Znaim.
Twice they had to pull up sharp and make a considerable detour, once on account of a fallen tree which blocked the road, and another time because of the yawning gap where a bridge had fallen away.
The road through Karamyshevo was more frequented and was well marked with a double row of high stakes.
I charge myself with him; let him remain with me; I will take care of him, and set him on his road.
Then, with a whistling note that rose above the droning of the pit, the beam swung close over their heads, lighting the tops of the beech trees that line the road, and splitting the bricks, smashing the windows, firing the window frames, and bring- ing down in crumbling ruin a portion of the gable of the house nearest the corner.
Jones had not such implicit faith in his guide, but that on their arrival at a village he inquired of the first fellow he saw, whether they were in the road to Bristol.
And she hurried again into the road, and again constrained herself to walk regularly and composedly forward.
So fearful was the road, that, on one stretch of seven miles, they passed ten broken-down automobiles.
Promptly afterwards, fresh sounds of astonishment arose; the window of the captain's room was thrown open with a slam and a jingle of broken glass, and a man leaned out into the moonlight, head and shoulders, and addressed the blind beggar on the road below him.
Up this road from the precincts of the city two persons were walking rapidly, as if unconscious of the trying ascent--unconscious through preoccupation and not through buoyancy.
The Widow Steavens rode up from her farm eight miles down the Black Hawk road.
The road I was tramping at the moment was somewhat desolate.