Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. ele, F. aile, wing, wing of a building, L. ala, contr. fr. axilla,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. ele, aisle (Fr. aile)—L. axilla, ala, a wing.
The excitement spread through the train, and men, and even women, left their seats, overflowing the aisles.
"The Escape of Mr. Trimm" by Irvin S. Cobb
The plan of the church of Saint Evroul, Mortain, is as simple as a church that has aisles can be.
"Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine" by Edward A. Freeman
The main aisle is very wide, forming a broad promenade on each side with a collection of Sculpture, Statuary, Casts, &c. &c. between them.
"Glances at Europe" by Horace Greeley
Inside the jammed bus were swaying figures crowded in the aisle, and every seat was filled.
"Space Platform" by Murray Leinster
It was only carried up to about half its former height, and was there, with the aisle end, finished off with battlements.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Rochester" by G. H. Palmer
And then Mr. Mosby drew up alongside and favoured them with an elaborate bow from the centre of the aisle.
"Stubble" by George Looms
The original towers were probably crowned with spires of wood and lead, and both projected some thirty feet from the aisles.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of St. Paul" by Arthur Dimock
To right of centre begin the pews of the church on each side of a broad centre aisle.
"Representative Plays by American Dramatists: 1856-1911: The Moth and the Flame" by Clyde Fitch
Then he remembered a woman who had come down the aisle just as the lights were lowering and passed his seat.
"Black Oxen" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
The intermingling of the two teams in aisle IV does not affect the game in the least.
"Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium" by Jessie H. Bancroft
Narrow beds by one another-
White and low!
Through them softly, as in church-aisles,
"The Hospital" by Anonymous Americas
As the anthem surgeth
Through cathedral aisles,
Swells the voice of nations
Over miles of miles.
"Invocation" by Mathilde Blind
Hoofs beat steadily the while,
As the horses gamboled,
And along the shady aisle
"The Postilion" by Nikolaus Lenau
Long aisles of larches stretch away,
And in their branches breezes play
A solemn hymn.
"A Summer Day" by Mary Webb
We walk on holy ground; above
A sky more holy smiles;
The chant of the beatitudes
Swells down these leafy aisles.
"June On The Merrimac" by John Greenleaf Whittier
And yet more distant than the dream
Of joy that still may be
Is that old love gone softly down
The aisles of Memory!
"Remote" by Charles Hanson Towne
I can't imagine anything even vaguely Asian that isn't on some shelf somewhere in the ten aisles of this sprawling, cluttered grocery.
Operating exclusively in narrow aisles, the MCFA Jungheinrich EKX 410 man-up turret truck can be used for full pallet put-away and retrieval or picking individual boxes or pieces.
Both Sides of the Aisle Unconvinced By Boehner's Debt Speech.
Don't expect Eva Mendes to be walking down the aisle anytime soon.
The Far Side of the Aisle.
Executives of Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs defended their conduct before and during the financial crisis, as senators on both sides of the aisle accused the investment firm of wreaking havoc on the economy.
Composer on the Aisle provides important amplifications and sortings-out of fact and fiction in Thomson's own and other versions of his life.
(July 5, 2007) If you visit Italy and decide to explore a grocery store (an expedition I highly recommend on both cultural and culinary grounds), you will notice the sign Biscotti at the top of an aisle.
When did cereal get a complete aisle to itself at the grocery store.
If a walk down the aisle is in your future, you may want to march over to cupcake shop Frosted for an open house this weekend.
Kauai Marriott Resort on Kalapaki Beach introduces its Aloha Lani Wedding Package designed to make walking down the aisle a romantic and personal experience.
As of July 1, you no longer have to wait 72 hours to go running down the aisle.
The Scream 4 actress, who's currently engaged to Dax Shepard, told Us Weekly she's not planning to walk down the aisle -- ever.
The woman was walking in the food aisle when the man walked up to her, dropped to the floor, and started biting her foot.
There is less than two months to go until Kate Middleton will walk down the aisle to marry her Prince Charming, and RadarOnline.com has newly released photos of the historic location where the royal wedding will take place.
The subcategory D is sometimes referred to as a t-category or an aisle.
Stability conditions, torsion theories and tilting
Vossieck, Aisles in derived categories, Bull.
Almost complete cluster tilting objects in generalized higher cluster categories
The aisle is narrow, and nobody can pass the passenger who is loading the carry-on.
Lectures on integrable probability
How, you probably don’t wish to know, did your authors vote on the various Plutonian issues? Not at all, it turns out, for the one who was there was skippering the team of students who ran up and down the aisles counting the raised yellow cards of the voters (slightly different from raised hackles, but not entirely).
Astrophysics in 2006
Today, we are in the fortunate situation that signiﬁcant advances on both sides of the aisle enable us to bridge this gap: cosmological observations have become suﬃciently precise to make quantitative statements about the very ﬁrst moments of the Universe’s history.
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology