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1  Your friends have not been seen, and are now, most probably, in safety.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  Life is an obligation which friends often owe each other in the wilderness.
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3  He confirmed his friends in their confidence, fixed the wavering, and gratified all.
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4  "Believers in religion, and friends to the law and to the king," returned he who rode foremost.
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5  Duncan kept close at his heels, and soon found himself in the center of a cluster of twenty anxious relatives and friends.
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6  They were not, however, interrupted, the darkness of the hour, and the boldness of the attempt, proving their principal friends.
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7  He is said to be a Canadian too; and yet he served with our friends the Mohawks, who, as you know, are one of the six allied nations.
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8  David, however, firm in his determination to cover the retreat of his friends, was compelled to believe that his own final hour had come.
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9  The death of the colt sits heavy on the heart of its owner," said the scout; "but it's a good sign to see a man account upon his dumb friends.
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10  I have no father to expect me, and but few friends to lament a fate which I have courted with the insatiable longings of youth after distinction.
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11  Meeting everywhere faces that he knew as friends, the savage grated his teeth together like rasps of iron, and swallowed his passion for want of a victim on whom to vent it.
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12  When Magua left his people his wife was given to another chief; he has now made friends with the Hurons, and will go back to the graves of his tribe, on the shores of the great lake.
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13  As they approached the little door of bark, a murmur of voices without announced that the friends and relatives of the invalid were gathered about the place, patiently awaiting a summons to re-enter.
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14  The death-like looking figure of the Mohican, and the dark form of the Huron, gleamed before their eyes in such quick and confused succession, that the friends of the former knew not where to plant the succoring blow.
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15  Heyward, perceiving that the stubborn adherence of the scout to the cause of his friends the Delawares, or Mohicans, for they were branches of the same numerous people, was likely to prolong a useless discussion, changed the subject.
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16  The women ran from lodge to lodge, some engaged in preparing their morning's meal, a few earnestly bent on seeking the comforts necessary to their habits, but more pausing to exchange hasty and whispered sentences with their friends.
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17  From that moment the yells in the forest once more ceased, the fire was suffered to decline, and all eyes, those of friends as well as enemies, became fixed on the hopeless condition of the wretch who was dangling between heaven and earth.
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