Up hill and down dale walked Little John, the fresh wind blowing in his face and his robes fluttering behind him, and so at last he came to a crossroad that led to Tuxford.
When they had come to the crossroad and were well away from those they had left, the lean Friar drew rein suddenly.
The street they followed was intersected at irregular intervals by crossroads
which, as they glanced down them, proved to be equally as tortuous as that through which they were being conducted.
Norman of Torn had recovered his helmet from one of his men who had picked it up at the crossroads
, and now he rode in silence with lowered visor, as was his custom.
Look here, Swiftwater, there's a crossroads
right ahead, with lots of gates, but it'll take us backcountry clear into Berkeley.
had, as he explained, been rare places for knightly spear-runnings,
Sir Patrick had left the responsibility of superintending the crossroads
on her shoulders.
At the crossroads
by Gazetoy Place, where there are always crowds of carriages and sledges, Alexey Alexandrovitch suddenly heard his name called out in such a loud and cheerful voice that he could not help looking round.
When you come to the crossroads
the turn to the left will take you to Glen Ellen by Bennett Peak-- that's it there.
The boarding house was near the edge of the town, and soon they were at the crossroads
which is beyond its boundary.