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1  With a noiseless step he crossed the rock, and dropped into the troubled stream.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  But neither the Mohicans, nor I, who am a white man without a cross, can explain the cry just heard.
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3  It appeared as if a bright gleam shot from his hand, which was crossed at the same moment by a dark and powerful line.
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4  Their spirits are gone toward the setting sun, and are already crossing the great waters, to the happy hunting-grounds.
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5  At a little distance from a bald rock, and directly in its front, they entered a grassy opening, which they prepared to cross.
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6  They soon reached the water-course, which they crossed, and, continuing onward, until they came to an extensive and naked rock.
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7  In the present temper of the tribe it would have been easy to have fled and rejoined his companions, had such a wish crossed his mind.
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8  Their distance from the base of the fatal hill was but a few rods, and the steeds had been serviceable only in crossing the shallow stream.
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9  He often stopped to examine the trees; nor did he cross a rivulet without attentively considering the quantity, the velocity, and the color of its waters.
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10  Forty days and forty nights did the imps crave our blood around this pile of logs, which I designed and partly reared, being, as you'll remember, no Indian myself, but a man without a cross.
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11  After crossing a low vale, through which a gushing brook meandered, he suddenly ascended a hill, so steep and difficult of ascent, that the sisters were compelled to alight in order to follow.
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12  Hawkeye, leaving the blind path that the Hurons had followed, turned short to his right, and entering the thicket, he crossed a babbling brook, and halted in a narrow dell, under the shade of a few water elms.
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13  Whenever this unknown individual encountered one of the numberless sentinels who crossed his path, his answer was prompt, and, as it appeared, satisfactory; for he was uniformly allowed to proceed without further interrogation.
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14  A gleam of light from the opening crossed his wan countenance, and fell upon the pages of the little volume, whose leaves he was again occupied in turning, as if searching for some song more fitted to their condition than any that had yet met their eye.
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15  When he saw his little band collected, the scout threw "killdeer" into the hollow of his arm, and making a silent signal that he would be followed, he led them many rods toward the rear, into the bed of a little brook which they had crossed in advancing.
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16  Then, holding the brand, he crossed a deep, narrow chasm in the rocks which ran at right angles with the passage they were in, but which, unlike that, was open to the heavens, and entered another cave, answering to the description of the first, in every essential particular.
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17  Nothing but the color of his skin had saved the lives of Magua and the conjurer, who would have been the first victims sacrificed to his own security, had not the scout believed such an act, however congenial it might be to the nature of an Indian, utterly unworthy of one who boasted a descent from men that knew no cross of blood.
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