1 Mrs. Meade mounted her carriage block and craned her neck for a view of the baby, but the doctor, disregarding the mud, plowed through to the side of the carriage.
2 She was unable to walk more than a block on the tiny feet which she crammed into too small slippers.
3 Uncle Peter, preoccupied with the conversation behind him, had driven past the Merriwether carriage block and he backed up the horse.
4 She pushed her way swiftly through the crowds, past the packed, hysterical mob surging in the open space of Five Points, and hurried as fast as she could down the short block toward the depot.
5 When she had shoved and pushed her way through the mob for a block beyond Five Points the crowd thinned a little and, gathering up her skirts, she began to run again.
6 Saloons blossomed overnight, two and sometimes three in a block, and after nightfall the streets were full of drunken men, black and white, reeling from wall to curb and back again.
7 Coming out to the carriage block they greeted her in accents that always made her feel that one could forgive Yankees almost anything except their voices.
8 What he did at this desk the bewildered officials of the bank did not know, but he owned too large a block of the stock for them to protest his presence there.
9 She sank down panting on a carriage block, clutching at her nerves as though they were ropes slipping swiftly through her hands.
10 Of the love-making of Carol and Will Kennicott there is nothing to be told which may not be heard on every summer evening, on every shadowy block.
11 The business-center of Schoenstrom took up one side of one block, facing the railroad.
12 A lumber-wagon, its long green box filled with large spools of barbed-wire fencing, creaked down the block.
13 Between a large new "block" of two-story brick shops on one side, and the fire-brick Overland garage on the other side, was a one-story cottage turned into a millinery shop.
14 She found it a liver-colored frame coop half a block from Main Street.
15 Carol's head ached as she trailed behind the unsmiling Calibrees along the block of booths.