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  • The continuance of the curve is a narrow, unrailed bridge.

    FOUR HORSES AND A SAILOR

  • On the left is a floating, unrailed balcony, reached by moveable ladders, used for various kinds of action.

    An Incomplete Metamorphosis

  • The bridges are unrailed, and many of them are made by placing two or more logs across the stream, laying twigs across, and covering these with sods, but often so scantily that the wild rush of the water is seen below.

    Among the Tibetans

  • Looking back down, Cerryl followed the older mage into the darkness barely lit by the oil lamp Myral carried down the narrow and unrailed brick staircase.

    The White Order

  • Anna shifted her grip on the mandolin and started down the narrow steps, keeping to the inside and away from the unrailed outer side that overlooked the courtyard.

    The Soprano Sorceress

  • CXLIII CRESLIN AND MEGAERA lead the way down the unrailed gangway.

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • As Creslin clumps down the unrailed steps, Derrild motions both men toward him.

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • Megaera shrugs but follows him up the unrailed gangplank.

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • The angle also provided the overhang for the unrailed front porch I had ignored during my staggering entrance.

    Timegod's World

  • Tall, arched windows led onto an unrailed balcony, and beyond it the layered clouds streamed like a river in flood.

    The Eye of the World

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