The altar, where a weekly requiem had been said for them, was gone, and the footpace and piscina alone showed where it had stood.
Rostov rode on at a footpace not knowing why or to whom he was now going.
The footpace is also old, and placed exactly in the centre of the apse.
They rode at a footpace to the barn, where a large crowd of peasants was standing.
He had clothed himself in mean apparel, and rode at a footpace straight to the city, where dwelt the daughter of the King.
The scamel is simply the footpace of the altar on which she has been set.
On our way back we rode a footpace, while the captain, now ready enough to talk, answered my many questions.
The villager suggested his farm horse, on condition that they should ride him at a footpace.
It came at a footpace past the wicket-gate of the station, and the doctor stopped it with a whisper.
As luck would have it, we presently came upon a hill that had to be climbed, and my courser dropped to a footpace.