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  • The incident is happened when a Rumour of a landslide led to the stampede when more than one lakh pilgrims were trekking the one-kilometre stepway from the Naina Devi bus stand to the hilltop shrine.

    Naina Devi Temple Tragedy Tolls 150 Deaths

  • But my memories carry me back so effectually to those days before the Change that I forget that now all these places have been altered beyond recognition, that the narrow street and the stepway and the view from Clayton Crest, and indeed all the world in which

    In the Days of the Comet

  • That was our style, you know, and meanwhile we walked together up the narrow street outside his lodging, up the stepway and the lanes toward Clayton Crest and the high road.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • It was very prettily situated upon a cliff overlooking Massachusetts Bay, in which said cliff a zigzag stepway was cut down to the water, for the convenience of bathing.

    Lands of the Slave and the Free Cuba, the United States, and Canada

  • To reach house from river you ascend a gentle slope of lawns and groves for some hundreds of feet, then find a broad stepway.

    Rest Harrow A Comedy of Resolution

  • This is the last leg of a huge zigzig stepway ... to nowhere.

    ::More Whiffs, Glimmers & Left Oeuvres::

  • But my memories carry me back so effectually to those days before the Change that I forget that now all these places have been altered beyond recognition, that the narrow street and the stepway and the view from Clayton Crest, and indeed all the world in which I was born and bred and made, has vanished clean away, out of space and out of time, and wellnigh out of the imagination of all those who are younger by a generation than I.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • “As we went down the winding stepway to our hotel again, in the twilight, I foresaw it all: I saw how clearly and inevitably things were driving for war in Evesham’s silly, violent hands, and I had some inkling of what war was bound to be under these new conditions.

    Twelve Stories and a Dream, by H. G. Wells

  • "As we went down the winding stepway to our hotel again, in the twilight, I foresaw it all: I saw how clearly and inevitably things were driving for war in Evesham's silly, violent hands, and I had some inkling of what war was bound to be under these new conditions.

    The Door in the Wall, and Other Stories

  • "As we went down the winding stepway to our hotel again, in the twilight, I foresaw it all: I saw how clearly and inevitably things were driving for war in Evesham's silly, violent hands, and

    The Door in the Wall and Other Stories

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