The jockeying crowd made it difficult for five-foot Cynthia Dean to catch more than a glimpse of the activity as bodies rolled and washed across the pavement and errant streams drenched the crowd.
She wore a silk blouse, Jimmy Choo's and a pencil skirt with a slit up the side, which gave just a glimpse of leg that went on forever.
As he opened the door and she caught a glimpse of the music room, he heard her sharp intake of breath.
She got a glimpse of the horse in the trailer.
Kris caught a glimpse of what looked like a shopping mall west of them. His gaze lingered.
He chased after her, in time to catch a glimpse of yellow as she barged out the door toward the parking lot.
Dean pulled out of the curve, searching ahead for a glimpse of his quarry as he continued to hug the right side of the narrow roadway.
Dean strained for a glimpse of the yellow jacket he had pursued so vigorously but either he had missed the rider or the biker had shed the jacket to the warmth of the valley.
He caught a glimpse of Rissa through the melee and wrestled the horse for control.
Was she dead or … A glimpse of blue beyond the curtains drew her to the balcony, and she pushed the drapes aside, astonished to see the swath of ocean resembling miles of blue silk.
It is natural that Lotze, having this great and final conception always before him, works under its influence from the very beginning of his speculations, permitting us, as we progress, to gain every now and then a glimpse of that interpretation of things which to him contains the solution of our difficulties.
Thus, abandoned by his consort, De Torres, compelled to bear up for the Philippines to refit, discovered and sailed through the strait that bears his name, and may even have caught a glimpse of the northern coast of the Australian continent.
In the above we get a glimpse both of the glossalist and of his interpreter as they appeared to the outside world; and the impression made on them is not unlike that which Paul apprehended would be left on outsiders by an indiscriminate use of the gift.
This being so, it is of the deepest interest to study the Cathar cult, since through its rites we can get a glimpse of those of the primitive church, about which want of documents leaves us too often in the dark."
In the late 1800s, Gregor Mendel gave us our first glimpse into how traits are inherited.
Already, we get a glimpse of what is to come.
Now, fast-forward a few centuries to the late 300s, where we can glimpse the life and times of a Christian bishop named Augustine of Hippo, thanks to an autobiography he wrote.
Like Moses, who was allowed to glimpse the Promised Land but not to enter it, not all of us will live to experience the fullness of this future, the ultimate manifestation of this Golden Age.
In this account of the picnic we get an illuminating glimpse of Miss Sullivan's skill in teaching her pupil during play hours.
Sometimes I feel sure that I catch a faint glimpse of the goal I am striving for, but in another minute a bend in the road hides it from my view, and I am again left wandering in the dark!
Teacher had been with me nearly two weeks, and I had learned eighteen or twenty words, before that thought flashed into my mind, as the sun breaks upon the sleeping world; and in that moment of illumination the secret of language was revealed to me, and I caught a glimpse of the beautiful country I was about to explore.
Indeed, by standing on tiptoe I could catch a glimpse of some of the peaks of the still bluer and more distant mountain ranges in the northwest, those true-blue coins from heaven's own mint, and also of some portion of the village.
He grows to be four feet long, as big as a small boy, perhaps without any human being getting a glimpse of him.
The door was opened a crack and there was a glimpse of something blue, of ribbons, black hair, and merry faces.
Today, when he had caught a glimpse of her, she seemed still more lovely.
Pierre caught a glimpse of a man in a three-cornered hat with a tranquil look on his handsome, plump, white face.
But the princess had caught a glimpse of the man she had known and loved, and it was to him that she now spoke.