In 1827, a little school was opened in a building at the corner of Gildow-street, abutting upon Marsh-lane, in this town.
"Just at the back of the house and abutting on the side of the road," I explained.
Between the porch and the west end there are traces of some earlier building, abutting on to the north wall of the church.
Only one other location was left, the abutting shelf of some canyon.
A sole wing, that following the Seine and abutting at right angles against the Pavilion de l'Horloge, had resulted.
The sitting-room was on the ground-floor, abutting on the pavement.
How long was it going to stand the mere strain, let alone the sawing and chafing that it must get from every abutting rock?
They were stoutly built, too, of solid oak and abutting on strong lockers.
This was one hundred yards long, extending across the river, and abutting against the crags on the other side.
It is a circus, surrounded by tiers of seats and abutting on the city ramparts.