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Twice I called him by his name, in the tone in which I might have tried to rouse a sleeper, before he heeded me.
For a moment I heeded nothing of the heat, forgot the patent need of self-preservation.
They heeded not the largest and longest of the oaths that were thrown at them from all directions.
The path through the wood had been made familiar to me, by many a solitary stroll, in my former visit to Elveston; and how I could have so suddenly and so entirely lost it--even though I was so engrossed in thinking of Arthur and his lady-love that I heeded little else--was a mystery to me.
They never heeded us in the least, scarcely looking conscious of our presence, while Mehevi seated us upon the mats, and Kory-Kory gave utterance to some unintelligible gibberish