The scouts are stationed on the hills, therefore, to look out both for game and for enemies, and are, in a manner, living telegraphs conveying their intelligence by concerted
The scandals of the past few years have at last moved the yachting world to concerted
action in regard to "bat" boat racing.
He was charged with expediting the government pledge, along with the concerted
military plans, to the half-mutinous command in the west; and the still more urgent task of seeing that it did not fall into the hands of the enemy, who might appear at any moment from the east.
She had given him a hazy account of her adventures in Santa Croce, and he gathered that the two men had made a curious and possibly concerted
attempt to annex her, to show her the world from their own strange standpoint, to interest her in their private sorrows and joys.
But they have something to say, likewise, of the Harmonic Meeting at the Sol's Arms, where the sound of the piano through the partly opened windows jingles out into the court, and where Little Swills, after keeping the lovers of harmony in a roar like a very Yorick, may now be heard taking the gruff line in a concerted
piece and sentimentally adjuring his friends and patrons to "Listen, listen, listen, tew the wa-ter fall
At length, with a concerted
rush, evidently in response to a signal of command, the pirates in our immediate vicinity dashed recklessly to the ground in the very midst of the thern soldiery.
As they spied me there was a concerted
rush by those nearest the entrance where we stood, but a line of radium bulbs inset along the threshold of their chamber brought them to a sudden halt--evidently they dared not cross that line of light.
It was arranged that the party which was to take its position to the north, and which would be the last to gain its station should commence the assault, and that their opening volley should be the signal for a concerted
rush from all sides in an attempt to carry the village by storm at the first charge.
He and the lions had been making so much noise that neither could hear anything above their concerted
bedlam, and so it was that Tarzan did not hear the great bulk bearing down upon him from behind until an instant before it was upon him, and then he turned to see Buto, the rhinoceros, his little, pig eyes blazing, charging madly toward him and already so close that escape seemed impossible; yet so perfectly were mind and muscles coordinated in this unspoiled, primitive man that almost simultaneously with the sense perception of the threatened danger he wheeled and hurled his spear at Buto's chest.
The ape-man had not expected any such concerted
action as he now realized had been taken by those watching them.