With the army was carried a flying bridge, which had been constructed to throw over any gaps there might be in the causeway.
The river, which has a breadth of 1900 ft., is crossed by a flying bridge.
Snipers fired at them repeatedly, but they managed to get across safely, and construct a sort of flying bridge.
Ask not the vagrant alone: ask each of the four there assembled on that flying bridge called the Moment.
Stan could see the flying bridge and many staring, white faces.
And he went up on the flying bridge with me and such of his officers as still could walk and said: Ah.
Then they were upon a flying bridge between two of the towers of the city.
Two of the guns were mounted on the forward deck, two on the flying bridge and two on the aft bridge.
To the keep, four stories high, a flying bridge led, in order to facilitate the withdrawal of the garrison in case of siege.
Opposite the town was a bridge of boats, but it was destroyed in the last war, and a flying bridge is substituted pro tempore.