Until now, Southeast Asia has been the place where volcanic ash and airline routes have intersected.
The streets retain a medieval pattern and are narrow, intersected by many alleys.
Here and there a broad grizzly "sign" intersected our trail.
The cultivated ground was intersected by a considerable stream of water.
She could reach it by means of a broad footpath that intersected the road only a few yards from the grotto.
He then claimed the trees, as they were intersected every way by his property.
The ditches where they were interred have long ago been filled up, built over, and intersected by streets.
The moor is intersected with paths and the moon was at the full.
They are intersected by blind alleys, open alleys, and lanes innumerable, intertwisting and crossing 238 in all directions.
The least elevated portions of the country are intersected by fields and groves.