It is always of interest, the first charge of the first bull
. After a time it is natural that one should grow tired, trifle, that the keenness should lose its edge.
"Go then,' said Meav, "and ask Dawra to lend me the Bull
for a year.
His gaze wandered from the girl to the body of the dead bull
. For the first time there flashed to his understanding the explanation of the reason for the girl's attempted abduction.
Tarzan had no desire to battle with Taug, nor did the blood of his English ancestors relish the thought of flight, yet when the bull
charged, Tarzan leaped nimbly to one side, and thus encouraged, Taug wheeled and rushed again madly to the attack.
"The sign over against the Bull
is the sign of War and armed men." Holy One, this thing touches my Search.'
A wild bull
, of the fiercest kind, which has been caught and exasperated in the same manner, is now produced; and both animals are turned loose in the arena of a small amphitheatre.
Yet through all the agony of that fearful punishment the thag still stood motionless pinning down his adversary, and then the man leaped in, seeing that the blind bull
would be the least formidable enemy, and ran his spear through the tarag's heart.
When the animal saw (for the bull
had so much intelligence that it is really wonderful to think of), when he saw that Europa was no longer afraid of him, he grew overjoyed, and could hardly contain himself for delight.
It was while she was occupied with these depressing thoughts that there dropped suddenly into the clearing from the trees upon the south the figure of a mighty young bull
. At that time all of the apes looked much alike to Bertha Kircher, nor was it until some time later that she realized that each differed from the others in individual characteristics of face and figure as do individuals of the human races.
With the exception of one bull
, they were standing together, and I could see, from their unquiet way and the manner in which they kept lifting their trunks to test the air, that they were on the look-out for mischief.
before them stood a buffalo, a bull
who lowed fiercely and sniffed the air.
Well, as a last thought, he pulled out his fiddle as he runned, and struck up a jig, turning to the bull
, and backing towards the corner.
Over the bull
's shoulder Tarzan could see now the heads and shoulders of perhaps a dozen more of these mighty fore-runners of primitive man.
Instead, he swung his giant palm with all the force of his mighty muscles, and, catching the young bull
alongside the head, sent him sprawling across the turf.
A FARMER of the Augustan age Perused in Virgil's golden page, The story of the secret won From Proteus by Cyrene's son How the dank sea-god sowed the swain Means to restore his hives again More briefly, how a slaughtered bull
Breeds honey by the bellyful.