The great Tartarian desert is a plain extending, under various names, five thousand miles from west to east.
And you, he said to the Tartarian chief, will not you help me?
The one known as Lonicera bella alba does not differ very much from the common white form of the Tartarian honeysuckle.
Mr Eaton states that butter melted by the Tartarian method, and then salted by ours, will keep good and fine-tasted for two years.
The cross-legged sitting posture, and the Tartarian contour of the face and head, are very remarkable.
Tartarian honeysuckles waved at the very summit of the chimney, and wild-roses curtained every window.
One of the upright kinds, most common in gardens, is the Tartarian Honeysuckle (L. tartarica), the flowers of which are in twins.
The variety still retains a place among the recommended cherries but under the name Tartarian.
He is placed upon the altar, and as the torches are about to be applied to it Cythna appears on her Tartarian steed.
This bay is very open, belongs to the Tartarian sea, and is called the Linchidolin, where the Muscovites have a whale fishery.