Seeing that the leadership
is yet open, and being asked to speak--" Shere Khan began.
This was not a question in which Mowgli concerned himself, for, as he said, he had eaten sour fruit, and he knew the tree it hung from; but when Phao, son of Phaona (his father was the Gray Tracker in the days of Akela's headship), fought his way to the leadership
of the Pack, according to the Jungle Law, and the old calls and songs began to ring under the stars once more, Mowgli came to the Council Rock for memory's sake.
Then, giving the Home Department and the leadership
of the House of Commons to Joodle, the Exchequer to Koodle, the Colonies to Loodle, and the Foreign Office to Moodle, what are you to do with Noodle?
But there was quite a difference between welcoming his success at other schools and serving under his leadership
in their own.
The tribe had grown larger since Tarzan had come among them, for under the leadership
of Kerchak they had been able to frighten the other tribes from their part of the jungle so that they had plenty to eat and little or no loss from predatory incursions of neighbors.
They had been organised by a local nobleman of former eminence upon the turf, but after a time he had disappeared, no one quite knew how and Bill had succeeded to the leadership
of the countryside, and had developed his teacher's methods with considerable vigour.
The plan of the school was not modelled after that of any other institution then in existence, but every improvement was made under the magnificent leadership
of General Armstrong solely with the view of meeting and helping the needs of our people as they presented themselves at the time.
The vice-King will occupy the village and cross by its three bridges, advancing to the same heights as Morand's and Gibrard's divisions, which under his leadership
will be directed against the redoubt and come into line with the rest of the forces.
General Guph thought the Whimsies would be a great help to the Nomes in the conquest of Oz, for under his leadership
they could be induced to fight as long so they could stand up.
Among his own apes he knew that it was not unusual for an entire stranger to enter a community and, after having dispatched the king, assume the leadership
of the tribe himself, together with the fallen monarch's mates.
He had been filled with astonishment at sight of the inhabitants of the court of mystery fighting under the leadership
of Number Thirteen, and now he watched interestedly the outcome of the adventure.
With the men of his yacht he remained the just but firm commander--there was never any more question in the jungle than there had been on board the LADY ALICE as to who was the final authority in all questions of importance, and in all emergencies requiring cool and intelligent leadership