Such stuff is always close behind the bacteria which first attack a rock-face.
There was the little cave high up in the rock-face, looking towards the land, to which he had once scrambled up.
Below the rock-face we came back to snow grass and stony creeks, and so to last night's camping ground.
He caught fast and firm at John-Without-Asking, and threw himself over the rock-face.
The rain stormed at them from above; spat at them from the rock-face; and leapt up at them from their feet.
They rowed close into the shore, till they discovered a place where the rock-face was cleft, and showed a pale light within.
Behind him the rock-face was so nearly perpendicular that no enemy could steal upon him from the rear.
On the rock-face overhead I noticed several small ranunculuses in flower at an elevation of 11,500 feet above the sea.
The front of the Propylæum is of ashlar and rock-face work, and it is pronounced a very beautiful structure.
My poor Bart broke into an account of all that had occurred, but that rock-face never softened for an instant.