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The men wavered in indecision for a moment, and then with a long, wailful cry the dilapidated regiment surged forward and began its new journey.
Within him, as he hurled himself forward, was born a love, a despairing fondness for this flag which was near him.
Suddenly the lioness gave vent to another little whine, at which Tarzan's lion voiced a terrific roar and leaped forward straight toward the beast of the black mane.
Cautiously the two beasts moved forward toward the listening post of the Germans.
Now - the glass again - he has tired of his failure, or sees his error, or has gone mad; he is dashing directly forward at the wall, as if to take it at a leap, hedge and all
Again the spell is broken; our men attempt to cheer; they are choking with emotion; they utter hoarse, discordant cries; they clutch their weapons and press tumultuously forward into the open.
In the meantime, his two men, as was the wont of visiting sailors, had gone forward into the forecastle to do some visiting themselves.
Wouldn't it be better if you went forward, say by the steerage companion-way, until it is over?
With a generous impulse he caught up the child in his arms, rushed forward, regardless of Indian shaft or rifle, and placed it in safety upon her bosom.
Prince Andrew stepped forward from among the suite and said in French:
Glad it's a typhoon from the south, for it will carry us forward.
At such a moment as this, came from away forward that most appalling of all cries that are ever heard at sea: