کاربر گرامی لطفا جهت تکمیل اطلاعات شخصی اینجا را کلیک کنید.

لغت یابی در قطعات صوتی سایت


Enter Your word:


Some of them were rich pilgrims, traveling in caravans with servants and camels, but most of the people making the pilgrimage were poorer than I.

He had remembered that one of the crystal merchant's suppliers transported his crystal by means of caravans that crossed the desert.

Outside, a huge caravan was being prepared for a crossing of the Sahara, and was scheduled to pass through Al Fayoum.

And joining this caravan may have been my decision, but where it goes is going to be a mystery to me.

There's a caravan leaving today for Al Fayoum.

I'm the leader of the caravan, said a dark eyed, bearded man.

I'm here because a friend of mine heard of an Arab who… But the caravan began to move, and it was impossible to hear what the Englishman was saying.

The caravan moved toward the east.

When the caravan was blocked by a boulder, it had to go around it; if there was a large rocky area, they had to make a major detour.

But all this happened for one basic reason: no matter how many detours and adjustments it made, the caravan moved toward the same compass point.

The boy, too, had his book, and he had tried to read it during the first few days of the journey. But he found it much more interesting to observe the caravan and listen to the wind.

Sometimes, their caravan met with another.

At other times, mysterious, hooded men would appear; they were Bedouins who did surveillance along the caravan route.

You should pay more attention to the caravan, the boy said to the Englishman, after the camel driver had left.

Books are like caravans in that respect.

And, one day, the leader of the caravan made the decision that the fires should no longer be lighted, so as not to attract attention to the caravan.

I have watched the caravan as it crossed the desert, he said.

The caravan and the desert speak the same language, and it's for that reason that the desert allows the crossing.

It's going to test the caravan's every step to see if it's in time, and, if it is, we will make it to the oasis.

If either of us had joined this caravan based only on personal courage, but without understanding that language, this journey would have been much more difficult.

I've seen how the guides read the signs of the desert, and how the soul of the caravan speaks to the soul of the desert.

The Englishman said, I'd better pay more attention to the caravan.

He said that for the past few days he had been paying attention to how the caravan operated, but that he hadn't learned anything new.

Go back to watching the caravan, he said. That didn't teach me anything, either.

The caravan began to travel day and night.

The caravan would be very lucky to reach the oasis.

The times rush past, and so do the caravans, thought the alchemist, as he watched the hundreds of people and animals arriving at the oasis.

The alchemist saw the tribal chiefs greet the leader of the caravan, and converse with him at length.

He knew that in the caravan there was a man to whom he was to teach some of his secrets. The omens had told him so.

the travelers in the caravan were talking incessantly, laughing and shouting, as if they had emerged from the spiritual world and found themselves once again in the world of people. They were relieved and happy.

With some difficulty, the leader of the caravan brought all his people together and gave them his instructions.

Wait for the end of the war. Then leave with the caravan.

When he had been at the oasis for about a month, the leader of the caravan called a meeting of all of the people traveling with him.

Within that small part, he had found an Englishman, caravans, tribal wars, and an oasis with fifty thousand palm trees and three hundred wells.

The monk was irritated. The caravans had been stopped at Giza for some time, waiting for the wars to end.

The electro magnetic wire under the ocean has already telegraphed the number of the aerial caravan.

but here and there, on the rich sites of those that time shall bring forth, the caravan sometimes descends, and departs thence again.