The "phalanx" had again saved them from disaster.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume III (of VIII)" by Various
Hands appeared from within the flowing sleeves, and they were skeleton hands, each phalanx clearly marked.
"When the Sleepers Woke" by Arthur Leo Zagat
On political circles, especially in constitutional lands, the influence of this Teutonic phalanx was profound and lasting.
"England and Germany" by Emile Joseph Dillon
Five minutes later and the signal went forth to the phalanx of the volunteers.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930" by Various
The slopes of Germany may bear up a race more familiar with the Greek text than the Greek phalanx.
"Christopher Columbus and His Monument Columbia" by Various
Out of the corners of his eyes he saw team-mates forming a phalanx in front.
"Interference and Other Football Stories" by Harold M. Sherman
The solid phalanx of Egyptian chariots pressed onward, and the Rebu were forced steadily back.
"The Cat of Bubastes" by G. A. Henty
Beyond the outline of the platform they saw the warrior clans, a phalanx of protecting bodies.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June, 1930" by Various
The woods, dark guarding phalanxes of tall oaks and firs, seemed marshalled on the slopes for its defence.
"Angelot" by Eleanor Price
From Heraclea, Thebes, Ys and Mayda will come the Phalanxes.
"Astounding Stories, February, 1931" by Various
Up in factory! Up in mill!
Freedom's mighty phalanx swell!
You have God and Nature still.
What have they, but Gold and Hell.
"The Factory Town" by Ernest Jones
The phalanxes of corn stand grim and serried,
Dull gold the sodden sheaves,
The violets that smiled with Spring are buried
Under the leaves.
"Under The Leaves" by Leigh Gordon Giltner
But the vanguard is Valour and Glory;
The phalanx is Freedom and Right;
The leaders are Honour and Duty:
Are they soldiers to fail in the fight?
"The Painter Of Florence" by Ernest Jones
The Spaniards said that phalanx seemed
To move like one black, solid wall;
They flung defiance back at Death,
And, answering to that thrilling call,
"A Hero Of San Juan [Hill]" by Olivia Ward Bush-Banks
But never may that day of horror be known,
When these hills and these valleys shall feel
The rush of the phalanx by phalanx o'erthrown,
And the bound of the thundering wheel.
"To The British Channel" by Robert Bloomfield
But when pallid winter, again on the rocks
Shakes down in a shower the snow from his locks,
Then comes the desire for heat, in full force,
And Southward our phalanx bends swiftly its course.
"Birds Of Passage (From The Swedish)" by George Borrow
Mirant faces off against a phalanx of adversaries.
To Equip Support Vessels With Phalanx Protection.
This line, which is marked by light aluminum gates and a phalanx of police officers and National Guardsmen, runs along Chambers Street and down Broadway to Wall Street.
Plexpress, Phalanx Offer Biomarker Discovery and Validation Service.
Phalanx Biotech Group provides expression profiling products and services worldwide to academic, pharmaceutical and biotechnology researchers.
Phalanx CIWS Machine Gun Fire.
Footage of the only true autonomous military robot, the Phalanx Close-in Weapon System (CIWS), in action.
View full size August Schilling/Ascending the Giants Portland arborist Will Koomjian prepares to descend from near the top of Phalanx, a ponderosa pine he measured at 268.3 feet, the tallest known pine in the world.
When House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi announced that she would seek to keep her leadership role she stood flanked by a cheering phalanx of her female colleagues.
Now that corporate offices have all but converted to casual dress, how can cool-chasing employees differentiate their informal wear from the phalanxes of nerdy oxfords and pleated khakis.
The phalanx of freighters is expanding, courtesy of the arrival of a new type at the small end of the spectrum.
In many ways, the world has gotten smaller as globalization has come about. Communication of huge quantities of information is virtually instantaneous thanks to countless kilometers of optical fiber and phalanxes of orbiting satellites.
Fully Digital: Policy and Process Implications for the AAS
Virtually no signiﬁcant difference can be identiﬁed under the ﬁrst metatarsal bone, but signiﬁcant difference (p < 0.05) can be noticed under the ﬁrst proximal phalanx bone.
Natural gaits of the non-pathological flat foot and high-arched foot