1 A heavy sea-wall runs along outside of it.
2 The day is running by more quickly than I ever thought a day could run for me again.
3 It takes a lot of water, and running strong, to sweep the outside edge of a river clear.
4 They stopped at the gate, and a few seconds later I met Van Helsing running up the avenue.
5 It is said, too, that he can only pass running water at the slack or the flood of the tide.
6 This time he had broken out through the window of his room, and was running down the avenue.
7 The little river, the Esk, runs through a deep valley, which broadens out as it comes near the harbour.
8 There, indeed, was a woman with dishevelled hair, holding her hands over her heart as one distressed with running.
9 A great viaduct runs across, with high piers, through which the view seems somehow further away than it really is.
10 The Count, even if he takes the form of a bat, cannot cross the running water of his own volition, and so cannot leave the ship.
11 Now of these two, the Pruth is the more easily navigated, but the Sereth is, at Fundu, joined by the Bistritza which runs up round the Borgo Pass.
12 Outside the harbour on this side there rises for about half a mile a great reef, the sharp edge of which runs straight out from behind the south lighthouse.
13 We have no fear in running at good speed up the river at night; there is plenty of water, and the banks are wide enough apart to make steaming, even in the dark, easy enough.
14 I went whilst my courage was fresh straight to the window on the south side, and at once got outside on the narrow ledge of stone which runs around the building on this side.
15 It is nice at high water; but when the tide is out it shoals away to nothing, and there is merely the stream of the Esk, running between banks of sand, with rocks here and there.
16 But, strangest of all, the very instant the shore was touched, an immense dog sprang up on deck from below, as if shot up by the concussion, and running forward, jumped from the bow on the sand.
17 Whilst we were talking one came running and breathlessly gasped out that the body of Skinsky had been found inside the wall of the churchyard of St. Peter, and that the throat had been torn open as if by some wild animal.
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