M'Dougal and David Stuart, had strolled away to the south of the island in pursuit
Next, we shall ask our opponent how, in reference to any of the pursuits or arts of civic life, the nature of a woman differs from that of a man?
And if so, my friend, I said, there is no special faculty of administration in a state which a woman has because she is a woman, or which a man has by virtue of his sex, but the gifts of nature are alike diffused in both; all the pursuits of men are the pursuits of women also, but in all of them a woman is inferior to a man.
I saw as we traversed the open that the pursuit was now spreading from a column into a line.
He lurked noiseless and invisible in the bushes through which I had run from him during that midnight pursuit.
Mugambi knew something of the occurrences which had led up to the landing of Tarzan upon Jungle Island and the pursuit
of the whites up the Ugambi.
Those whom he pursued were moving rapidly through the jungle which was now becoming more and more open, but the Chinaman was no mean runner, and it was not long before he drew within sight of the object of his pursuit
He decided to give up the pursuit
, and lay down in the grass, protected right and left by the row of palms, with on either hand the long avenue extending.
So back they all went into Mr Allworthy's hall; where Tom desired them to stay till his return, and then went himself in pursuit
of the good man.
Mugridge's face turned white under its sooty veneer, and when Wolf Larsen called for a rope and a couple of men, the miserable Cockney fled wildly out of the galley and dodged and ducked about the deck with the grinning crew in pursuit
Two years passed in this manner, during which I paid no visit to Geneva, but was engaged, heart and soul, in the pursuit
of some discoveries which I hoped to make.
If these men had stolen the boat shortly after dark (which I have no doubt they did), we were near enough to the land to make it vain to send in pursuit
of them, when the discovery was made in the morning.