At one time they were three entire days with-out a mouthful of food; at length they beheld a buffalo grazing at the foot of the mountain
. After manoeuvring so as to get within shot, they fired, but merely wounded him.
It was composed of leathern tents, pitched in a meadow on the border of a small clear stream at the foot of the mountain
. A great number of horses were grazing in the vicinity, many of them doubtless captured in marauding excursions,
On Sunday morning we arrived at the foot of the mountain
, which is crossed by railroad.
He perceived in one corner a door leading into the mountain, and at the foot of the mountain
was a high rock on which was fixed an iron ring with a cord attached.
Jim did not make a mile a minute; but almost before they were aware of it he drew up at the foot of the mountain
, so suddenly that the Wizard and Zeb both sailed over the dashboard and landed in the soft grass--where they rolled over several times before they stopped.
At the foot of the mountain
that separated the Country of the Munchkins from the Country of the Gillikins, the path divided.
The desire of getting out of the reach of the Galles made us press forward with great expedition, and, indeed, fear having entirely engrossed our minds, we were perhaps less sensible of all our labours and difficulties; so violent an apprehension of one danger made us look on many others with unconcern; our pains at last found some intermission at the foot of the mountains
of Duan, the frontier of Abyssinia, which separates it from the country of the Moors, through which we had travelled.
He added that the Turkish planes targeted a village at the foot of the mountain
, injuring a citizen who was taken to the hospital of Rania for treatment.
Rescuers found on Wednesday the bodies of the two workers buried alive in a landslide at a quarry site at the foot of the mountain
in Sitio San Isidro in Barangay Candabong in Anda town, Bohol province.
The video shows the 22-year-old discovering a body in Aokigahara, a dense woodland at the foot of the mountain
known as "the Japanese Suicide Forest," in a country that has long struggled with some of the highest suicide rates in the developed world.
Incessant rains over the weekend, however, loosened the soil enough to unleash an avalanche of mud, trees and boulders from the slopes down to the community at the foot of the mountain
. Members of the disaster coordinating committee said the area had long been identified as a risk zone.
A fire that broke out in Jebel Douleb was put out Friday; local authorities have been seeking since dawn Saturday to extinguish some fire pockets at the foot of the mountain
to stop blazes spreading to nearby houses.