Cord, in honor of the races, had put on his best clothes, a black coat buttoned up, a stiffly starched collar, which propped up his cheeks, a round black hat, and top boots.
He was thinking now with pleasure and excitement of the race, of his being anyhow, in time, and now and then the thought of the blissful interview awaiting him that night flashed across his imagination like a flaming light.
I only wish there was a real horse here for me to race
The doctrine of the origin of our several domestic races
from several aboriginal stocks, has been carried to an absurd extreme by some authors.
I suggested to Perry that we were in the public library of Phutra, but later, as he commenced to discover the key to their written language, he assured me that we were handling the ancient archives of the race
I knew most of the coloured men who at that time had become prominent as leaders of their race
, but I had not then known one who was neither a politician nor a preacher; and I had not heard of the head of an important coloured school who was not a preacher.
There were possibly a few track men out there who knew the race
horse as well as Edna, but there was certainly none who knew it better.
Trent, who had been looking forward to the next few minutes with all the eagerness of a man who, for the first time in his life, runs the favourite in a great race
, smiled as he realised how very content he was to stay where nothing could be seen until the final struggle was over.
Dejah Thoris related many interesting facts and legends concerning this lost race
of noble and kindly people.
How many times must they go round this inclosure," he inquired, "before the race
A nation has a right to argue, remonstrate, implore, and present the cause of its race
,--which an individual has not.
They would fight among themselves, and while they fought the Mahars would fall upon them, and even though the Mahar race
should die out, of what value would the emancipation of the human race
be to them without the knowledge, which you alone may wield, to guide them toward the wonderful civilization of which you have told me so much that I long for its comforts and luxuries as I never before longed for anything.