The conveyance of a Rhinoceros over sea is a labour of some risk.
That is certainly from over sea, he muttered to himself, and just the one she wanted.
Then away they flew over forests and lakes, over sea and land.
Ay, and romped with him and flown with him over sea and earth.
The stillness of the midnight hour is abroad, over land and over sea.
They were discharging the mules—the men were—from the hold of the small vessel which had brought them over sea from South America.
Learned men say that high ranges leagues off over sea make a funnel to set them here.
The swallow rose in the air and flew over forest and over sea—high above the highest mountains, covered with eternal snow.
My mother had now come to me, resolute through piety, following me over sea and land, in all perils confiding in Thee.
Over sea and land he followed him; the thirst for vengeance stimulating a heart dead to every other emotion.