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INTRUDER. One who, on the death of the ancestor, enters on the land, unlawfully, before the heir can enter.

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The grim warriors around sat like statues; each muffled in his robe, with his fierce eyes bent on the intruders.
He had expected no such rash action upon the part of either of the intruders.
This language was rather more than I could bear, even from an angel; so, plucking up courage, I seized a salt-cellar which lay within reach, and hurled it at the head of the intruder.
Before he knew what he was doing, he had slashed the intruder twice and sprung clear.
Barbicane and his colleagues devoured with their eyes the intruder who had so boldly placed himself in antagonism to their enterprise.
So radical was the change in him that he seemed almost an intruder in the house.
And still the King slept on, or mourned the vanity of his might and his power, while the thin-lipped intruder put the impress of his cold and implacable spirit upon the sky and sea.
As soon as anyone entered she got up quickly, changed her position and expression, and picked up a book or some sewing, evidently waiting impatiently for the intruder to go.
Lastly, we found that dominance relationships of pairs were successfully disrupted by larger intruders, although with reduced magnitude, after all chemical cues associated with earlier agonistic experiences were eliminated.
One of the intruders was armed and fired at Hardin, hitting him in the shoulder.
A border patrol spots a group of armed intruders crossing the state borders and reports the incident to their superiors.
The border intruders disobeyed the demands of border guards to stop.