Guy Francon descended from the platform, fully conscious of his timing and movements.
He wished, as he descended the steps, that this were a co-educational school.
He turned and descended the stairs.
Mrs. Keating’s hand descended slowly to her lap.
Guy Francon descended from his office once in a while, for no ascertainable purpose.
The wedge-shaped face descended from the broad temples to a small, pointed chin.
She followed him far to the other side of the quarry; she descended to the dusty green dell of the work sheds; she inspected the bewildering machinery.
He collided once with a man descending the stairs; this had happened to him often in the last two days; he had walked through the streets of the city, his head thrown back, noticing nothing but the buildings of New York.
Occasionally, not often, he would descend to his gallery and remain there for hours.
He descended to his dining room where breakfast was served to him.
He saw long, flat tables, a forest of twisted rods descending from the ceiling to end in green-shaded lamps, enormous blueprint files, towers of yellow drawers, papers, tin boxes, sample bricks, pots of glue and calendars from construction companies, most of them bearing pictures of naked women.
Keating smiled at him gratefully, when he was leaving, his drawings under his arm; he descended the stairs, hurt and angry; he worked for three days making new plans from Roark’s sketches, and a new, simpler elevation; and he presented his house to Francon with a proud gesture that looked like a flourish.
He walked out and she heard him descending the stairs.
Bare trees rose on the hilltop and descended to the shore of a lake, their branches geometrical compositions cut through the air.
Wynand watched her as she walked across a room, as she descended the stairs, as she stood at a window.
To what level of depravity has a society descended when it condemns a man simply because he is strong and great?
Flat roofs descended like pedals pressing the buildings down, out of the way of her flight.