On turning a corner into a by-street that bore the proud name of Fairfax, we came suddenly upon Jimmy the Rhymer.
At the corner of a by-street Martin said: "We'll go down here."
There was a shop in a by-street which exposed photographs of Galway scenery in its windows for a time.
They were slipping round a corner which led into a by-street of the old town.
One week later, and three men might be seen walking briskly along a by-street in Liverpool towards the docks.
The lock-up was situated in a by-street not far from the centre of the town.
I then entered a by-street which I had never entered before.
At the corner of a by-street he stopped short and held me at arm's length.
The Dominican ran on, waving the red pallio, his followers contagiously swollen at every by-street.
He turned off into a by-street, and walked on till he came to the docks.