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" As we stood on its banks, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but water; no means of crossing was to be found. "
Bāgh O Bahār; Or Tales of the Four Darweshes - 89. oldal
szerző: Mir Amman Dihlavi - 1857
Teljes nézet - Információ erről a könyvről

The Arbitrator, 108-119. kiadás

1881
...cuirassiers ! Here are the chasseurs of Lefebvre-Desnoettes ! Yonder is Lobau's corps I" On all sides, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but cuirasses, helmets, busbies, sabres, lances, and rows of bayonets. "What a battle I" cried Buche. "Woe...

The United Service Magazine, 61. kötet

1849
...appearance more like arms of the sea, than that of a river two or three thousand miles inland. On all sides, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but vast expanses of water, divided from each other by belts of reeds, or flowering rushes, including occasionally...

Illustrated Naval and Military Magazine: A Monthly Journal Devoted ..., 9. kötet

1888
...broke through the mists, disclosing the surrounding country, and dismal indeed was its appearance. As far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but a mass of grey rock, at times sinking into hollows, and then again showing in clearly defmed pinnacles....

History of Louisiana: The French Domination

Charles Gayarré - 1854 - 693 oldal
...Mississippi. When they approached its mouth, they were struck with the gloomy magnificence of the sight. As far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but reeds which rose five or six feet above the waters in which they bathed their roots. They waved mournfully...

The Imperial Magazine;: And, Monthly Record of Religious ..., 11. kötet

Samuel Drew - 1829
...some to be Mount Horeb, which is the highest mountain in all the region around ; but from its summit, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen on every side but ranges of naked mountains succeeding each other like waves of the sea. Between these...

The Living Age ..., 4. kötet

1845
...not feel convinced of his worth, I will quote the words of Schlemihl himself. " I looked around, but as far as the eye could reach nothing was to be seen save the wide extending monotonous plain. No bush, no tree, not a stone on which to lay my weary head...

THE BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW

7 - 1850
...mansions, with their cultivated grounds, formed a pleasing contrast to the vast region beyond, where, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen except forest and jungle, among which glimpses of creek and river thone like embowered lakes. ' The...

Hood's Magazine and Comic Miscellany, 1. kötet

1844
...not feel convinced of his worth, I will quote the words of Schlemihl himself. " I looked around, but as far as the eye could reach nothing was to be seen save the wide extending monotonous plain. No bush, no tree, not a stone on which to lay my weary head...




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