But soon, he must have walked that mile along the causeway, over the water back to Miami.
Barack Obama walked on water back then and Greenwald saw the press paddling right behind him.
I thought I could get down here and take some water back to Bill in time.
It was weeks before the pumps could force the water back into the Gulf.
The helm was put up and we ran—tearing through the water—back again into the Downs.
Very quietly Billy slipped into the water back of the old log.
So much earth had fallen that it pushed the water back; and we saw Jacob clinging desperately to snapping roots.
"Yes," said Sue, as she looked at the pond of water back of the fall.
I was carrying a bucket of water back to the pump to throw away and to secure a fresh supply.
He could hear the horses blowing the water back with their noses, as they drank.