"The Champion had killed eleven bears
in his time," returned the unseen man; "and we know this is true because when any creature is dead the invisible charm of the dama-fruit ceases to be active, and the slain one can be plainly seen by all eyes.
At the time we are treating of, the grizzly bear
was still frequent on the Missouri and in the lower country, but, like some of the broken tribes of the prairie, he has gradually fallen back before his enemies, and is now chiefly to be found in the upland regions, in rugged fastnesses like those of the Black Hills and the Rocky Mountains.
When we came to the tree, there was Friday got out to the small end of a large branch, and the bear
got about half-way to him.
I let him pray for a short time undisturbed, and then as I was about to suggest that we had better be pushing along one of the bears
in our rear let out a roar that made the earth fairly tremble beneath our feet.
"Or, again, one might seize the other round the middle, pluck him off his horse and bear
him to the pavilion, there to hold him to ransom."
'One night, after a day's sport in which he had outdone Nimrod or Gillingwater, and slaughtered "another fine bear
," and brought him home in triumph, the Baron Von Koeldwethout sat moodily at the head of his table, eyeing the smoky roof of the hall with a discontended aspect.
and the wolf grew uneasy, and turned back and went into their holes.
"It is well known that there is more meat on the bear
," he said.
It's a very slimpsy affair altogether, that bear
rug, and the old woman is sorry it came to life.
Why, it's a Bear
, ca'n't you use your eyes?" He checked himself suddenly, as a harsh voice yelled through the room
But when she was about to bear
Zeus, the father of gods and men, then she besought her own dear parents, Earth and starry Heaven, to devise some plan with her that the birth of her dear child might be concealed, and that retribution might overtake great, crafty Cronos for his own father and also for the children whom he had swallowed down.
The citizens of a free state ought to [1297b] consist of those only who bear
arms: with respect to their census it is not easy to determine exactly what it ought to be, but the rule that should direct upon this subject should be to make it as extensive as possible, so that those who are enrolled in it make up a greater part of the people than those who are not; for those who are poor, although they partake not of the offices of the state, are willing to live quiet, provided that no one disturbs them in their property: but this is not an easy matter; for it may not always happen, that those who are at the head of public affairs are of a humane behaviour.