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1  But Magua meditated no immediate violence.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  he never used violence or injustice in his dealings with.
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3  The violence of the exertion cast the young Mohican at his side.
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4  When last seen, the environs of the works were filled with violence and uproar.
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5  Hold," cried Hawkeye, seizing Duncan by the arm, and detaining him by violence; "you know not the craft of the imp.
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6  Heyward threw himself between the sisters and the foremost, whom he grappled with a desperate strength that for a moment checked his violence.
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7  Seizing Cora by the rich tresses which fell in confusion about her form, he tore her from her frantic hold, and bowed her down with brutal violence to her knees.
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8  For near half an hour, not a syllable was uttered, or scarcely a look cast aside; a grave and meditative silence being the ordinary succession to every scene of violence and commotion among these beings, who were alike so impetuous and yet so self-restrained.
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9  The rich ornaments of his military attire had indeed been repeatedly handled by different individuals of the tribes with eyes expressing a savage longing to possess the baubles; but before the customary violence could be resorted to, a mandate in the authoritative voice of the large warrior, already mentioned, stayed the uplifted hand, and convinced Heyward that they were to be reserved for some object of particular moment.
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