My legs literally froze, and I was forced to sit until I made my first entrance.
At the entrance to the cemetery, 700 feet from that peaceful scene, lies a raw grave.
entrance was theoretically open to anyone, from any walk of society—as long as they could pass a very tough examination.
Over the entrance on the Rue de Rennes is a balcony, supported by an iron dragon.
As church bells pealed in Quebec City, the bishop of the colony received de Prouville at the entrance of the local church.
The village was about six miles above the entrance of the Illinois into the Mississippi River.
His entrance in the very first part of the play is delightful.
Another door gave us entrance to the quarter of the squires.
He came back, walked into the entrance hall, and opened the door softly.
On the 22d, we passed the entrance of the Straits of San Bernadino.