For some time he followed closely
a party of some ten or twelve roisterers; but from this number one by one dropped off, until three only remained together, in a narrow and gloomy lane little frequented.
And all the way Kala carried her little dead baby hugged closely to her breast.
Behind him were two males, and then Kala, closely straining the little dead form to her breast.
They moved in a compact mass and as they approached more closely their rate of speed noticeably diminished.
Usanga was eyeing the white man closely, but if he expected to be rewarded by any signs of fear, he was doomed to disappointment and the young lieutenant merely turned toward him with a shrug: "Really now, do you beggars intend eating me?
Mugambi, on his part, clung closely
to Tarzan, so that the ape-man could scarce control his laughter at the pitiable condition to which the chief's fear had reduced him; but at length the white took the great cat by the scruff of the neck and, dragging it quite close to the Wagambi, slapped it sharply upon the nose each time that it growled at the stranger.
But handicapped by the struggling boy he had not time to turn the key before the officer threw himself against the panels and burst out before the master of fence, closely
followed by the Lady Maud.
General Brice, studying him closely
, felt compelled to admit the improbability of his vague suspicions.
Suddenly he observed a face glaring down on him and began to be very frightened; but looking more closely
he found it was only a Mask such as actors use to put over their face.
WHILE a Division Superintendent of a railway was attending closely
to his business of placing obstructions on the track and tampering with the switches he received word that the President of the road was about to discharge him for incompetency.
277 E) that Sophocles followed the Epic Cycle closely
in the plots of his plays, we may suppose that in outline the story corresponded closely
to the history of Oedipus as it is found in the "Oedipus Tyrannus".
When we look to the hereditary varieties or races of our domestic animals and plants, and compare them with species closely
allied together, we generally perceive in each domestic race, as already remarked, less uniformity of character than in true species.
In its structure it closely
approaches the true shrikes, but in its habits may be compared to many birds.
He whispered in her ear so closely
that through the darkness he could, see the fire in her eyes.
When the writer of these introductory lines (Walter Hartright by name) happens to be more closely
connected than others with the incidents to be recorded, he will describe them in his own person.