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1  Le Subtil is the sun of his tribe.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  name of this beautiful sheet of water, used by the tribe.
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3  My tribe is the grandfather of nations, but I am an unmixed man.
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4  A low murmur of applause announced that the compliment of the tribe was favorably received.
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5  An Indian seldom sleeps in war, and plunder may keep a Huron here after his tribe has departed.
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6  His companions, who conversed apart in the language of their tribe, heeded not this sudden and earnest appeal.
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7  The native bore both the tomahawk and knife of his tribe; and yet his appearance was not altogether that of a warrior.
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8  A few minutes were consumed in disposing of those present in a manner suitable to their rank and influence in the tribe.
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9  His person was now protected by immemorial and sacred usage, until the tribe in council had deliberated and determined on his fate.
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10  "A Mingo is a Mingo, and God having made him so, neither the Mohawks nor any other tribe can alter him," he said, when he had regained his former position.
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11  These children of the woods stood together for several moments pointing at the crumbling edifice, and conversing in the unintelligible language of their tribe.
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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  Without deigning to bestow further words, or to wait for any answer, the savage cast his rifle into the hollow of his arm, and moved silently through the encampment toward the woods where his own tribe was known to lie.
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14  Cora had been sent to a tribe that temporarily occupied an adjacent valley, though David was far too ignorant of the customs and history of the natives, to be able to declare anything satisfactory concerning their name or character.
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15  When he had succeeded in sufficiently awakening the attention of his comrades, Heyward fancied, by his pointing so frequently toward the direction of the great lakes, that he spoke of the land of their fathers, and of their distant tribe.
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16  It was the principal edifice of the village, though roughly constructed of the bark and branches of trees; being the lodge in which the tribe held its councils and public meetings during their temporary residence on the borders of the English province.
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17  At the allusion to the injury which Duncan affected to believe had driven the Huron from his native tribe, a gleam of such ungovernable ferocity flashed from the other's eyes, as induced the adventurous speaker to believe he had struck the proper chord.
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