All sorts of hungry-looking people with severe haircuts are scurrying about the Right Bank.
On its Right Bank lies the hospitable little city with its towers and walls, and its fortress on the white seashore.
It stands at the base of a hill on the Right Bank of the Medway.
One followed the Right Bank of the Somme, passed Peronne, and thence on to Amiens.
The Town, which was the largest of the three fragments of Paris, held the Right Bank.
Fort Sarpy was on the Right Bank of the Yellowstone, twenty-five miles above the mouth of the Bighorn.
From this forest the strange cry had proceeded, and from the Right Bank.
On the Right Bank of Passaic River, in the city of Passaic, the damage was severe, especially to manufacturing plants.
These four were left on the Right Bank of the river when the others had crossed.
From St. Mihiel the line crosses the river to the Right Bank, and then proceeds eastwards to the river Moselle.