Thames, which abounds with fish, and in which the tide ebbs and flows, runs on that side, and has in a long space of time washed down, undermined and subverted the walls in that part.
One of the most useful plants to the people of El Paso is the lechuguilla, which abounds on the hills and mountain sides of that vicinity, as well as in many other places from thence southward.
It abounds in excellent pasturage, and in cattle of all descriptions.
The story is pleasantly told, andabounds in interesting incident.
The story is an intensely interesting one, and abounds in pleasing and unique situations.
This lake is called Coote's Paradise, andabounds with game.
The story naturally abounds in thrilling situations, and being historically correct, it is reasonable to believe it will find great favor with the boys.
The story abounds with pictures of Colonial life skillfully drawn, and the glimpses of Washington's soldiers which are given show that the work has not been hastily done, or without considerable study.
To return to the insects: beauty abounds in them both externally and internally.
Hardly even at the great epoch of the flowers, when everything is covered with bloom, and numbers of the old deserted sepulchres are embowered in roses, I had not remarked that animal life abounded there as it abounds elsewhere.
It abounds in rice, cotton, honey, wax, and much game, as is usual in all the islands.
I saw some fragments of small columns of that kind, but the large columns were all of the rock which abounds in the quarry near.
While the city abounds with water, and a fountain of it is seen in most of the good houses, you meet with filth everywhere, and are often most grievously annoyed with the stench of dead animals in the roads and streets.
The skin of fishes is rather thick and tough, and abounds in glands that secrete mucus, and in cells that secrete the hardening, or protective, denticles and scales that form the coat of most species, and which differ widely.
A similar eellike species abounds in the swamps, sluggish rivers and marshes of northern South America, named Lepidosiren, and all its habits closely resemble those of the African lungfishes.
Rising a step to the worms, we find them comparatively rare, but one kind of marine flatworm that abounds in midocean is rose-red and several inches long.
This gavial abounds in the Ganges and other rivers of northern India and Burma, where it is numerous, and frequently exceeds twenty feet in length.
One kind (Limacina), with a coiled shell about the size of a pinhead, which abounds in the north Atlantic, is much feared by the Norwegian fishermen because they very often spoil the herring that feed on them.
As for the sturgeons, we have five species in the United States, and one abounds in the Black Sea and the rivers that drain into it, from whose eggs the Russian caviar is made.
The chestnut abounds in the north and west; hemp and potatoes are also grown.
It abounds in every part of the country, and is in some places purer than in any other part of the world.
This island is upon the whole mountainous, and consequently abounds in streams.
For the whole of this distance to the westward of these mountains, the country abounds with the richest herbage, and is upon the whole tolerably well supplied with running water.
It has convinced me that the poetical abounds rather in the smoky, narrow streets of cities, than in the green lanes, the breezy hills, and the broad fields of the country.
You ought to rejoice in your chance of going there,” said I, “Iwerddon is a beautiful country, and abounds with whiskey.
And unjustly abused,” said I; “it is a profession which abounds with honourable men, and in which I believe there are fewer scamps than in any other.
Like all the Delta lakes, Mareotis aboundsin wild-fowl.
Fanciful writing abounds on the temples of the Ptolemaic and Roman periods.
Peshitto; and this, as we shall see presently, agrees with the character of the Curetonian, for it abounds in deliberate alterations.
It abounds with every sign of prosperity, and, as a city, would be a credit to the old country.
It is true they have even now a sharp nip of frost; but I hear of peas flourishing at a farmer’s close by, and the region abounds with wild strawberries and raspberries and cherries.
Indeed, throughout, the work abounds with quaint poetical quotations, and old-fashioned classical allusions to the Aeneid and Falconer's Shipwreck.
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The story of the English castles aboundsin interest and romance.
Nottinghamshire abounds in instances of the same kind.
Their house was captured by the enemy, and besieged by James Compton, Earl of Northampton, and the story of the fighting about the house abounds in interest, but cannot be related here.
In all the mountain valleys, the soil being warmer than the air, vapour abounds in the early morning for the most part of the year.
It abounds in all parts of the island, but chiefly in the lower ranges of mountains; and one of the vivid memorials which are associated with our journeys through the hills, is its clear cry, which sounds like a person calling "George Joyce.
The hills and valleys are beautifully ornamented with flowers and trees of great variety and beauty, the cries of the animals rejoicing together fill the air with gladness, and the landscape abounds with splendour.
In both, the scales of the back were a cream-coloured white, with a tinge of red in the specimen which came from Chilaw, probably acquired by the insinuation of the Cabook dust which abounds along the western coast of the island.
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