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But with the solitary and fruitless attempt made on the life of Chingachgook, the attack appeared to have terminated.
When Carlotta heard of the astounding reception bestowed upon her understudy, she was at once cured of an incipient attack of bronchitis and a bad fit of sulking against the management and lost the slightest inclination to shirk her duties.
Akut's eyes were busy drinking in the humor of the situation--he did not see the narrowing eyes of the boy upon him, nor the shortening neck as the broad shoulders rose in a characteristic attitude of preparation for attack.
Some of these tusks have been found buried in the bodies of whales, which the unicorn always attacks with success.
He had been listening to stories of attacks upon the trains by the Sioux and Pawnees.
He would neither desist from his attacks on the food nor from his noisy babbling to himself.
At length, tempest- tost, he himself arrives; he makes certain persons acquainted with him; he attacks the suitors with his own hand, and is himself preserved while he destroys them.
Our men, beset with flank attacks, Surrender with their officers.
But at that time such attacks were not the fashion and my story was not printed.
But," cried Anne of Austria, tired of these vague attacks, "but, sire, you do not tell me all that you have in your heart.
Each side went into action against it knew not what, under novel conditions and with apparatus that even without hostile attacks was capable of producing the most disconcerting surprises.
It isn't only the fact of the attacks themselves miscarrying, but it's the knowledge on the other side of exactly how best to meet that attack.