The initial move was won by U-Dor, following which the two Chiefs escorted their respective Princesses to the square
each was to occupy.
Those of the magistrates who preside over contracts, indictments, and such-like, and also over the markets, and the public streets near the square
, or some public way, I mean the square
where things are bought and sold; for I intended the other for those who are at leisure, and this for necessary business.
George's, Hanover Square
, where the business took place.
The name of this gentleman, who had then resided some time at Mr Allworthy's house, was Mr Square
. His natural parts were not of the first rate, but he had greatly improved them by a learned education.
On this point the defence of the Square
seems to me to be impregnable.
"Very well, my worthy harpooner, if some vertebrate, several hundred yards long, and large in proportion, can maintain itself in such depths-- of those whose surface is represented by millions of square
inches, that is by tens of millions of pounds, we must estimate the pressure they undergo.
"Why did they shut you up here?" asked Scraps, who was regarding the queer, square
creature with much curiosity.
100), and the other a figure having one side equal to the former, but oblong, consisting of a hundred numbers squared upon rational diameters of a square
At the very moment the two young men appeared at the end of one of the streets leading to the square
, they perceived, crossing the square
at full gallop, a young man on horseback, whose costume was of surprising richness.
'You SHOULD have said,' '"It's extremely kind of you to tell me all this"--however, we'll suppose it said--the Seventh Square
is all forest--however, one of the Knights will show you the way--and in the Eighth Square
we shall be Queens together, and it's all feasting and fun!' Alice got up and curtseyed, and sat down again.
Besides the large box in which I was usually carried, the queen ordered a smaller one to be made for me, of about twelve feet square
, and ten high, for the convenience of travelling; because the other was somewhat too large for Glumdalclitch's lap, and cumbersome in the coach; it was made by the same artist, whom I directed in the whole contrivance.
When they reached the end of the Vozdvizhenka Street they halted and drew in the Square
. Several French officers superintended the placing of the guns and looked at the Kremlin through field glasses.