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1  Luckily the Hurons had already fallen back, and he was safe from their fire.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
Get Context   In CHAPTER 32
2  The 'Gray Head' and the Sagamore are safe, and the rifle of Hawkeye is not asleep.
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3  There you must go and demand protection; if they are true Delawares you will be safe.
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4  We are as safe from interruption as a missionary would be at the beginning of a two hours' discourse.
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5  "'Tis a safe thing to calculate on the knavery of an Iroquois," said the scout, throwing his rifle forward, by a sort of instinctive movement.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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6  Under the cover of these natural advantages, they toiled their way, with patient industry, until the scout pronounced that he believed it would be safe once more to land.
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7  Magua had waited on the mountain until a safe moment to retire presented itself, when he had descended, and taken the route along the western side of the Horican in direction of the Canadas.
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8  The scout led Heyward aside, and acquainted him with his intention to leave the veteran in some safe encampment, in charge of Chingachgook, while he and Uncas pursued their inquires among the people they had reason to believe were Delawares.
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9  Speak to the boys to be watchful, sir," he said, in an undertone, to Duncan; "and to look well to their flints and steel, for one is never safe with a servant of these Louis's; at the same time, we shall show them the front of men in deep security.
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10  The scout resumed his post in advance, though his steps, after he had thrown a safe distance between himself and his enemies, were more deliberate than in their previous march, in consequence of his utter ignorance of the localities of the surrounding woods.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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