The leaders, these historians tell us, express the will of the people: the activity of the leaders represents the activity of the people.
And yet more incomprehensible is the cessation of that movement when a rational and sacred aim for the Crusade- the deliverance of Jerusalem- had been clearly defined by historic leaders.
So the Leader
of the Lions went back to the Doctor and said, "I happened to be passing this way and thought I'd look in.
The young leader snarled terribly, but his snarl broke midmost into a tickling cough.
When the young leader lay in the snow and moved no more, One Eye stalked over to the she-wolf.
It was pointed out to the Prince, in impeachment of this decree, that the victory had been in fact won by the Disinherited Knight, who, in the course of the day, had overcome six champions with his own hand, and who had finally unhorsed and struck down the leader of the opposite party.
It was, indeed, only the relics and embers of the fight which continued to burn; for of the few knights who still continued in the lists, the greater part had, by tacit consent, forborne the conflict for some time, leaving it to be determined by the strife of the leaders.
He ran cleanly, evenly, and springily; the tailless leader not five yards behind him; and the Pack tailing out over perhaps a quarter of a mile of ground, crazy and blind with the rage of slaughter.
Mowgli could hear the voice of the tailless leader bidding his people hold on and kill out every wolf in Seeonee.
And they toasted him in nut brown ale, and hailed him as their leader
, by the name of Robin Hood.
She forgot her child in the eruption of battle that had broken upon her quiet street, And she forgot the strikers, and everything else, in amazement at what had happened to the round-bellied, cigar-smoking leader.
And as she looked, she saw the round-bellied leader, still wedged by the neck between the pickets, draw a revolver with his free hand, and, squinting horribly sidewise, press the muzzle against Chester's side.
The Mice thought that the cause of their frequent defeats was that they had no leaders
set apart from the general army to command them, and that they were exposed to dangers from lack of discipline.
were of gray, and the pole-horses of a jet-black.
At the moment I was as uplifted as the others, for the chance had come at last, with what we all regarded as a prodigious salary, but I was wanted in the beginning of the week, and it suddenly struck me that the leaders
were the one thing I had always skipped.