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1  Nor were those in the rear wanting in every caution and foresight known to forest warfare.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  As the Hurons, to every appearance, had abandoned the pursuit, there was no apparent reason for this excess of caution.
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3  Hawkeye spoke to him in Delaware, when the young chief took his position with singular caution and undisturbed coolness.
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4  It was evident that this excess of caution proceeded from an experience that no subtlety on the part of their enemies could deceive.
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5  That subtle savage had recovered his artifice and self-command, and now proceeded toward his object with his customary caution and skill.
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6  In selecting another to perform the office of reclaiming his highly prized rifle, the scout had lost sight of none of his habitual caution.
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7  Heyward threw himself among the combatants, and imitating the necessary caution of his companions, he made quick discharges with his own rifle.
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8  In such circumstances, common prudence dictated that Heyward and his companions should imitate a caution that proceeded from so intelligent a source.
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9  The warrior whose eye is open can see his enemy, said Magua, once more shifting his ground, when he found himself unable to penetrate the caution of his companion.
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10  He even darkly hinted that their success might be extended, with proper caution, in such a manner as to include the destruction of all whom they had reason to hate.
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11  The sisters rode in his rear, with Heyward at their side, while the Indians flanked the party, and brought up the close of the march, with a caution that seemed never to tire.
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12  He was, therefore, fain to adopt a caution that in the present temper of his mind he execrated, and to listen to advice at which his fiery spirit chafed, under the vivid recollection of Cora's danger and Magua's insolence.
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13  A light figure preceded the rest of the party, with the caution and activity of a native; ascending every hillock to reconnoiter, and indicating by gestures, to his companions, the route he deemed it most prudent to pursue.
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14  As the Huron used his native language, the prisoners, notwithstanding the caution of the natives had kept them within the swing of their tomahawks, could only conjecture the substance of his harangue from the nature of those significant gestures with which an Indian always illustrates his eloquence.
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