Egypt's future irrigation and industrial needs require a major increase in the northward flow of the Nile River.
They fought death in a land of thirst northward, ever northward.
She has headed to the northward, and we will see what we can do on the same tack.
The advance of Lee northward, made it necessary to mass all the troops that were in the vicinity Washington, to meet him.
As yet he had been unable to alter his course, and steer more to the northward.
The Saint George now sailed for the northward, and, to the great joy of the crew, espied the Manilla galleon.
I expect they have either died out or emigrated to the northward.
Jack accordingly raised the binoculars and swept the northward section of the country.
When last seen, she was in a chase of another fleet of pirates to the northward.
We took to the boat, and running along the coast had some delightful sea-views to the northward of the castle.
(Heb. tsaphon), a "hidden" or "dark place," as opposed to the sunny south (Deut. 3:27). A Hebrew in speaking of the points of the compass was considered as always having his face to the east, and hence "the left hand" (Gen. 14:15; Job 23:9) denotes the north. The "kingdoms of the north" are Chaldea, Assyria, Media, etc.