The Manxman took the reel, and holding it high up, by the projecting handle-ends of the spindle, round which the spool of line
revolved, so stood with the angular log hanging downwards, till Ahab advanced to him.
two and three, four and five, six and seven, have the same tones on the even syllables.
Later on I found in the hymn to the Pythian Apollo (which abounds with tags taken from the "Odyssey") a line
Because no sturgeon can pass through a Chinese line
, the device is called a trap in the fish laws; and because it bids fair to exterminate the sturgeon, it is branded by the fish laws as illegal.
A thin line
of skirmishers, the men deployed at six paces or so apart, now pushes from the wood into the open.
When we see a Line
, we see something that is long and BRIGHT; BRIGHTNESS, as well as length, is necessary to the existence of a Line
; if the brightness vanishes, the Line
They had the boat-hook and they had the line
, and that seemed to be all that they thought necessary to their work.
SOCRATES: Do you observe, Meno, that I am not teaching the boy anything, but only asking him questions; and now he fancies that he knows how long a line
is necessary in order to produce a figure of eight square feet; does he not?
All faces turned in the direction of the familiar voice; the two men between whom in the order of stature Greene had commonly stood in line
turned and squarely confronted each other.
Tarzan let his eye move quickly toward that part of the British line
the German seemed to be scanning, his keen sight revealing many excellent targets for a rifle placed so high above the trenches.
A stout major was pacing up and down the line
, and regardless of the screams kept repeating:
These telegrams consist of fourteen and two-thirds lines
from Berlin, fifteen lines
from Vienna, and two and five-eights lines