He told her what his “good reason” was: that he had sold the mirador and was starting at once for Serbia.
The mirador garden lost something of its old spell for Denin.
In the mirador, with opera-glasses to their eyes, they had been scanning the roads which led south and south-west from the city.
This leads to a lofty turret or mirador, called by popular tradition 'Queen Margaret's Bower.'
A stone-cast from the house was a mirador known to our conductress.
The saint has rescued a damsel from the monster's claws, and her parents are looking on from a mirador of their palace.
You will also, Leroux, mount a culverin on the platform of the mirador, whence we shall command the course of the Gila.
One day, when five weeks lay between him and hope, a telegram was brought to the mirador.
The first time he had ever seen Barbara, at a dance soon after she was presented, she had happened to speak of the mirador.
Mr. Carl Pohlson Bradley might go on bidding for the mirador up to a million if he liked.