46 examples of Abreast in a sentence
Obviously they are a couple of boobs not able to keep
of what is going on(sorry it was too tempting).
Jeff Goldblum is navigating his way around a variety of characters, trying not to get shot and acting deftly rather than dorkily, trying to stay
of what he knows and others don't, whom he can outshoot and whom he can't.
In Niger, pastoralists use mobile phones to keep
of commodity prices in regional markets, which enables them to sell their camels where prices are highest and purchase grains where prices are lowest.
For example, the tendency of Arab countries’ media to discuss issues concerning other countries more freely than those affecting their own has long impeded citizens’ ability to keep
of domestic affairs.
These questions underscore our obligation to keep
of advances in science and technology, so that we may use the opportunities they provide to better humankind while dealing thoughtfully and rationally with the challenges they present.
If cities are to drive emerging-market countries towards a better future, their governments must ensure that urban housing, infrastructure, and services stay
On the contrary, the innovations stimulated and facilitated by capitalism create jobs – in new companies started to develop new ideas, in marketing, and in managements that must keep
of new organizations and tools.
For workers at all educational levels, acquiring additional skills to stay
of technologically driven occupational changes will require less “seat-time” in traditional classrooms, and more dynamic forms of workforce training.
To obtain it, Tshisekedi will have to demonstrate quickly that he has their interests at heart, as well as the sheer stamina to keep
of the challenges that emerge in the Great Lakes Region .
I was perfectly
of this question, which was the big news of the day, and how could I not have been?
The escort of boats and tenders still followed the frigate and only left us when we came
of the lightship, whose two signal lights mark the entrance of the narrows to Upper New York Bay.
During the magnificent evening of June 25--in other words, three weeks after our departure--the frigate lay
of Cabo Blanco, thirty miles to leeward of the coast of Patagonia.
By July 3 we were at the entrance to the Strait of Magellan,
of Cabo de las Virgenes.
There's the thing in question,
of us to leeward!"CHAPTER 6At Full SteamAT THIS SHOUT the entire crew rushed toward the harpooner-- commander, officers, mates, sailors, cabin boys, down to engineers leaving their machinery and stokers neglecting their furnaces.
Meanwhile, fearing that Dumont d'Urville wasn't
of Dillon's activities, the French government sent a sloop of war to Vanikoro, the Bayonnaise under Commander Legoarant de Tromelin, who had been stationed on the American west coast.
This canal could be traveled in four days, and it was so wide, two triple-tiered galleys could pass through it
Once it was
of Cape Horn, I thought it would strike west of the cape, make for Pacific seas, and complete its tour of the world.
of the tip of South America by March 31 at seven o'clock in the evening.
The Nautilus passed the wide estuary formed by the mouth of the Rio de la Plata, and on April 4 we lay
of Uruguay, albeit fifty miles out.
From this locality to the Lesser Antilles, the ocean's geologic profile features a steeply cut cliff six kilometers high, and
of the Cape Verde Islands, there's another wall just as imposing; together these two barricades confine the whole submerged continent of Atlantis.
Before a few days are out, I figure the Nautilus will lie
of Nova Scotia, and from there to Newfoundland is the mouth of a large gulf, and the St. Lawrence empties into that gulf, and the St. Lawrence is my own river, the river running by Quebec, my hometown-- and when I think about all this, my gorge rises and my hair stands on end!
The storm burst during the daytime of May 13, just as the Nautilus was cruising
of Long Island, a few miles from the narrows to Upper New York Bay.
This brought it
of St. John's in Newfoundland and Heart's Content, where the Atlantic Cable reaches its end point.
And, without listening to the chemist, who was still venturing the hypothesis, "It is perhaps a salutary paroxysm," Canivet was about to administer some theriac, when they heard the cracking of a whip; all the windows rattled, and a post-chaise drawn by three horses abreast, up to their ears in mud, drove at a gallop round the corner of the market.
On he came, serene, dignified, and calm, until he was
of our boat, and there, among the rushes, he eased up, and settled down cosily for the evening.
It was not inhabited; it lay far over toward the further shore,
a dense and almost wholly unpeopled forest.
It was broad daylight before he found himself fairly
the island bar.
Then there came a broad black blurr through the haze, which darkened and hardened until we could see that it was a hundred men abreast, marching swiftly towards us, with high fur hats upon their heads and a gleam of brasswork over their brows.
There was a grand band of trumpets, bassoons, and drums, marshalled four abreast, and earning their money, if ever men did, especially the drum-beaters, who were very muscular.
Some little commotion was occasioned in Fleet Street, by the pleasantry of the eight gentlemen in the flank, who persevered in walking four abreast; it was also found necessary to leave the mottled-faced gentleman behind, to fight a ticket-porter, it being arranged that his friends should call for him as they came back.