He kept them within easy reach at every moment, however.
I need to keep both feet on the ground, the earth within reach of my eyes.
Make sure you have the following within reach at all times.
The company's current market value is about $4 billion, a level still within reach of several large oil companies.
A third time he tried, but the White was no longer within his reach.
For a while, did she seem almost within his reach?
To bring public school education within the reach of the common man.
So everything that might be needed was here, within reach.
At last it was within reach of his free hand.
They seemed to be within easy reach, no more than one day's march.
The deal is expected to close by the end of the month.
The company is set to close by the end of 2010.
The case is expected to close by the end 2012.
The companies said they expected the deal to close by June 23.
The deal had been expected to close by the end of January.
The deal is expected to close by April 30, 1998.
The two companies said they expected the deal to close by late April.
And those two are to close by the end of the decade.
It opened in 2001, and had closed by early 2011.
The post office and public schools closed by the 1970s.
The phone would be dead, the nearest house was not too close by.
No one wants to speak ill of the dead, especially when his family is so close by.
Lobbyists have always been close to Congress, under rule by either party.
Aunt Rachel moved out, but she was still close by.
Whoever had just tried to kill us was still close by.
He added, "But we'll play it as though he's close by and waiting to hit again."
The only reason I was able to come here first is that it's so close by.
He used his gun to point to the floor, someplace not too close by.
In which case he must have been quite close by - next door, even.
It was the only field we could find close by.
If I just knew where he was prepared to stand and then could just sort of do the things round about.
Still there seemed an unusual amount of burning going on, and smoke rose from many points round about.
Not a shot came from the farms round about.
We will go to the settlements and holdings round about.
The Hold is full and the fields round about will soon be covered over.
The Hold is full, and the uplands round about are covered with the camps of men.
I should have thought there were more likely prospects round about,' said the Sergeant.
The rest of the party lay scattered on other warm spots round about.
The sound of the screaming echoed against the other mountains round about.
Azov sat down at the table, and the others found place on the benches round about.
The guards had learned through experience that it was a bad idea to leave her victuals too close to hand.
Especially when there was one so close to hand she had nearly died for him.
No man scoffs at a weapon so close to hand;I certainly don't.
You then sail in company (with help close to hand) for the second week.
A vase on a table stood close to hand.
I kept one pistol with an extra charge of powder and ball laid out close to hand.
There was good reason why Harry had the gun so close to hand.
Twice Simon looked back, sure that they must have come some distance, only to see the flyer still far too close to hand.
They did not lie on the land that night, but remained in the boats with weapons close to hand.
My own twenty legionaries were close to hand and in readiness.