When explaining these rapid transfers of the people's will from from one individual to another, especially in view of international relations, conquests, and alliances, the historians are obliged to admit that some of these transfers are not normal delegations of the people's will but are accidents dependent on cunning, on mistakes, on craft, or on the weakness of a diplomatist, a ruler, or a party leader
But the elder leader was wise, very wise, in love even as in battle.
The young leader snarled terribly, but his snarl broke midmost into a tickling cough.
At once this knight seemed to throw aside his apathy, when he discovered the leader of his party so hard bestead; for, setting spurs to his horse, which was quite fresh, he came to his assistance like a thunderbolt, exclaiming, in a voice like a trumpet-call, ``Desdichado, to the rescue
It was pointed out to the Prince, in impeachment of this decree, that the victory had been in fact won by the Disinherited Knight, who, in the course of the day, had overcome six champions with his own hand, and who had finally unhorsed and struck down the leader of the opposite party.
Richard, by a sudden application of the whip, succeeded in forcing the leaders
into the snow-bank that covered the quarry; but the instant that the impatient animals suffered by the crust, through which they broke at each step, they positively refused to move an inch farther in that direction.
yelled the leader
, scratching at the foot of the tree.
So the Leader
of the Lions went back to the Doctor and said, "I happened to be passing this way and thought I'd look in.
Ye have chosen me as a leader
, and a leader
I will be if ye come with me to Spain; and I vow to you that my pennon of the five roses shall, if God give me strength and life, be ever where there is most honor to be gained.
Fortunate for Okar is it that you were here to prevent their escape, for these be the greatest villains north of the ice-barrier, and this one"--pointing to the leader
of the party--"would have made himself Jeddak of Jeddaks in the place of the dead Salensus Oll.
Another moment and the leader
of the herd leaped high in his tracks and fell prone, dyeing the sward with his heart's blood.
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