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A huge black entered the arena with the young women.
I turned again in time to see the gate of a nearby cage thrown open and three monstrous white apes spring into the arena.
Another male then sprang into the arena, and, repeating the horrid cries of his king, followed stealthily in his wake.
Then the great bulls in the center of the arena felt the mighty fangs of their demented fellow, and with one accord they melted into the black shadows of the overhanging forest.
But here in Manator, when they play in the great arena with living men, that rule is altered," explained Lan-O.
Often when two warriors, even of the highest class, hold a grievance against one another O-Tar compels them to settle it upon the arena.
Into the arena, he came, the bears following on his heels.
He was even taking advantage of the moment to glance across the arena and size up what the bears were doing.
Gravely and sternly he inclined his head to the prince, and took his place at the further end of the arena.
With white armor, blazoned shield, and plume of ostrich-feathers from his helmet, he carried himself in so jaunty and joyous a fashion, with tossing pennon and curveting charger, that a shout of applause ran the full circle of the arena.
So it may be fairly stated that Miss Stacy's old pupil's held their own in the wider arena of the academical course.
Fleetwood, champion of the North, decorated in his pink colors, descended the pavilion steps and walked into the arena.
Some fine instinct that Rome must have bequeathed to us caused nearly every one to turn and look at them--there was a subtle feeling that two gladiators had met in the arena.
With a rush of black smoke belching suddenly out of the funnel, and a mad swirl of paddle-wheels provoking a burst of weird and precipitated clapping, the tug shot out of the desolate arena.
Whether he exhorted her too to descend into the arena I cannot tell.