A false step would have been dangerous on the narrow passes sloping down to
the sides of the gulfs; but I walked with firm step, without feeling any giddiness.
Its general shape was that of a shallow funnel, all the sides sloping down to
a considerable lake in the center.
On Shudehill it would stand at 13 storeys, sloping down to
eight storeys in the middle and four at the Northern Quarter end.
Describe the gardens and outside space: "The gardens to the rear are simply stunning, laid mainly to lawn, gently sloping down to
Both Iron ore and coal have noted an improvement compared to where they stood in early February while iron ore inventories at China's main ports are reported to be sloping down to
96 million dry tonnes with increased momentum".
The 11-acre woodland glade which makes up Moseley Park once again proved an ideal setting for the event with the ground sloping down to
a natural amphitheatre in front of the stunning lake.
The multi-purpose dispenser is 274mm wide x 236mm deep and the back height is 344mm sloping down to
289mm at the front.
In the rear garden there is a good-sized patio and a lawn sloping down to
It's not very much of a meadow - an acre of grass (just mown) sloping down to
a trickle of a stream half choked with meadowsweet and water mint and hemmed in by hedgerows of hawthorn, hazel and blackthorn.
Today's photograph, above, shows symettrical rows of terrace houses and the six chimneys of Dunston Power Station providing a sharp contrast to the fields sloping down to
the south bank of the Tyne.
This lot includes 11 acres of grazable woodland sloping down to
the river, with the fishing rights of 367 yards of the southern bank of the River Gwyrfai.
The latest storms had been matched only by the seas which had battered the seafront over the Christmas period, ripping iron railings from the seawall, and tearing tons of soil from gardens sloping down to
While on one side the house looks out across acres of open land sloping down to
a duck-pond, the property is dotted around the driveway side with outbuildings, including a splendid thatched and beamed office for Philippe and a greenhouse-conservatory where Liz works on her watercolours.
A rectangular artificial cavern, a hall for a Finnish mountain king, has been carved out of the hill with raw rock walls sloping down to
an ample stage.
Additionally, streets in the country (as well as in town) are crowned in the center, sloping down to
the curb or edge on either side.