- n.排,行 v.划(船)
- Looking at my window the rows of buildings to the rear rapid flight mountains cheerful face hurrying to the car... laughter as if still immersed in yesterday's filming of the body were stimulated.
- P.a.. Shower release first tier.
- The students lined in tens.
- Along the row of pointed windows there was one round arch.
- It is an old messuage and my daughter's lodging is a row of old-fashioned houses.
- A row of derelict uninhabited houses.
- A row house built of brownstone; reddish brown in color.
- A dilapidated house with peeling paint; peeling row houses.
- So she looked through the rows of bottles until she came across a label that read "valpolicella."
- And at versailles we plant these conically cut trees in pairs and arrange them with perfect symmetry along a perfectly round circle or in perfectly rectilinear rows in army formation.
- I sit stunned on an armchair in a posh suite of the berkeley hotel in knightsbridge-all wood-panelled walls and oil paintings of beautifully attired18th-centuryaristocrats-while the sofa opposite plays host to a parade of outlandish characters.
- Beyond the undeviating barbed-wire fences were clumps of golden rod.
- He was an idiot in the presence of all these minds ranged in order of battle around him and like a stranger in the midst of this society which was seizing fast upon him;
- Over this vista broods a terrace of tall houses.
- A battery of skittle alleys.