He ran cleanly, evenly, and springily; the tailless leader
not five yards behind him; and the Pack tailing out over perhaps a quarter of a mile of ground, crazy and blind with the rage of slaughter.
But in that case, if the force that moves nations lies not in the historic leaders
but in the nations themselves, what significance have those leaders
and with drawn sword he vaulted over the table and fell upon the surprised leader
Johnny, instead of immediately obeying the order and taking Michael back to the kennels, lingered in the hope of seeing the orchestra leader
whirled chattering around on his stool.
There was no telling what the outcome would have been, for the third wolf joined the elder, and together, old leader
and young leader
, they attacked the ambitious three-year-old and proceeded to destroy him.
The pirate leader
had stood by the bulwarks, a cord round his arms, and two stout archers on either side.
But Asclepiades says that Arsinoe was the daughter of Leucippus, Perieres' son, and that to her and Apollo Asclepius and a daughter, Eriopis, were born: `And she bare in the palace Asclepius, leader
of men, and Eriopis with the lovely hair, being subject in love to Phoebus.
She forgot her child in the eruption of battle that had broken upon her quiet street, And she forgot the strikers, and everything else, in amazement at what had happened to the round-bellied, cigar-smoking leader
A short distance in the rear of this man, came a group of youths very similarly attired, and bearing sufficient resemblance to each other, and to their leader
, to distinguish them as the children of one family.
It is generally found possible -- by a little artificial compression or expansion on the part of the State physicians -- to make some of the more intelligent leaders
of a rebellion perfectly Regular, and to admit them at once into the privileged classes; a much larger number, who are still below the standard, allured by the prospect of being ultimately ennobled, are induced to enter the State Hospitals, where they are kept in honourable confinement for life; one or two alone of the more obstinate, foolish, and hopelessly irregular are led to execution.
The black civilly volunteered his services to take off the leaders
, and the Judge very earnestly seconded the measure with his advice.
The Mice thought that the cause of their frequent defeats was that they had no leaders
set apart from the general army to command them, and that they were exposed to dangers from lack of discipline.