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I knew it," she said, "but I believe that I felt much as you must have; that however futile our efforts here might be, it would be infinitely as fatal to attempt to retrace our way to the jungle we just left or to go on toward the coast.
As he turned to retrace his steps he found his three companions gazing in wide-eyed astonishment upon the strange new creatures which confronted them.
The recollection of the horrid days that had just passed was the thing that finally decided the Manyuema, and so, after a short conference, they took up their burdens and set off to retrace their steps toward the village of the Waziri.
Whosoever has observed that sedate and clerical bird, the rook, may perhaps have noticed that when he wings his way homeward towards nightfall, in a sedate and clerical company, two rooks will suddenly detach themselves from the rest, will retrace their flight for some distance, and will there poise and linger; conveying to mere men the fancy that it is of some occult importance to the body politic, that this artful couple should pretend to have renounced connection with it.
Similarly, service being over in the old Cathedral with the square tower, and the choir scuffling out again, and divers venerable persons of rook-like aspect dispersing, two of these latter retrace their steps, and walk together in the echoing Close.
With this trophy over his shoulder, he hastened to retrace his steps, for the evening was already drawing in.
The free apps, created by Skelton-based Bram Stoker International Film Festival and Stockton app developer Mobile Rockit, are the result of months of research by the team to retrace the author's footsteps during his stay in Whitby in 1890.
00, 18 September 2015 Retrace the events of the Great War, visiting some of the most poignant and important sites of the Somme and Ypres Salient.
On the second stage of their trip, the veterans will retrace steps of the attack route on Hitler's nuclear plant at Rjukan.
In addition, this is a classic retrace back higher after the major drop last week.
Victorian homicide squad detectives returned to Yarraville to retrace the 21-year-old's last steps.
6000, we may see the pair retrace the advance from March as the Bank of England holds a dovish outlook for future policy, and may continue to trade below the 10-Day moving average as the pair maintains the downtrend from September.
Retrace The incident happened in the city's Restalrig Drive, late on July 17.
The lantern walk will retrace the footsteps of countless miners who once trod the paths on their way to work at local collieries, the last of which shut in 1967".
Soon mysterious messages find their way to the narrator and he begins to retrace his steps and recreate their time together.