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1  "Uncas will stay," was the calm reply.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  The blood of chiefs is in my veins, where it must stay forever.
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3  "Uncas will stay," the young Mohican calmly answered in English.
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4  Few warriors of them all stayed to drink of the stream they loved.
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5  Nor was the sword of death stayed until cupidity got the mastery of revenge.
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6  Why, we are nigh the spot that Providence first placed them at, but where, it seems, they were too rebellious to stay.
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7  The supporters of the maiden raised their ready tomahawks with the impious joy that fiends are thought to take in mischief, but Magua stayed the uplifted arms.
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8  If you stay, it must be to sit down here in the shadow, and take the part of Uncas, until such times as the cunning of the Indians discover the cheat, when, as I have already said, your times of trial will come.
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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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