1 It was Heron who had called out and, as he marched forward between his two attendants, he cleft the air before him with a thin cane in time to their steps.
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2 An instant of wild flight had delivered him and the cry of triumph which his lips withheld cleft his brain.
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3 Then through the darkness I could see a sort of patch of grey light ahead of us, as though there were a cleft in the hills.
4 Time seemed to him to be crawling with feet of lead, while he by monstrous winds was being swept towards the jagged edge of some black cleft of precipice.
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5 She cleft the dusky air like an arrow.
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6 As the young hunter approached it, he perceived that a stick had been planted on it, with a sheet of paper stuck in the cleft fork of it.
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7 In front of them ran the open cleft of the riding, between the hazel walls and the gay grey trees.
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8 He bore in his right hand a tallow candle stuck in the end of a cleft stick.
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9 Before she had returned Sam came in with three adders, one briskly coiling and uncoiling in the cleft of the stick, and the other two hanging dead across it.
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10 , who feared the dagger at his breast, and whose head was cleft with a hatchet.
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11 Uncas answered the whoop, and leaping on an enemy, with a single, well-directed blow of his tomahawk, cleft him to the brain.
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12 Meanwhile Aeneas and his fleet in unwavering track now held mid passage, and cleft the waves that blackened under the North, looking back on the city that even now gleams with hapless Elissa's funeral flame.
13 So the cleft between the white and black South grew.
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14 I explained that they were bare masses of stone, with hardly enough earth in their clefts to nourish a stunted tree.
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15 The foremost Indian bounded like a stricken deer, and fell headlong among the clefts of the island.
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