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Scarce had the neck of the victim snapped than the carcass was hanging over one of Tarzan's broad shoulders, and an instant later the ape-man was perched once more among the lower branches of a tree above the trail, his keen, gray eyes scanning the pathway down which the deer had fled.
Tarzan let his eye move quickly toward that part of the British line the German seemed to be scanning, his keen sight revealing many excellent targets for a rifle placed so high above the trenches.
she asked, her puzzled brows scanning his face as though she sought to recall from past memories some scene in which he figured.
He belonged to that race of martyrs who, indissolubly wedded to their political convictions as their ancestors were to their faith, are able to smile on pain: while being stretched on the rack, he recited with a firm voice, and scanning the lines according to measure, the first strophe of the "Justum ac tenacem" of Horace, and, making no confession, tired not only the strength, but even the fanaticism, of his executioners.
After all, whatever it was, she had come to fill quite a large place in his life, as he had discovered that afternoon while scanning the sea between the squalls.
Often the vessel was brought to a stop, and always there were anxious eyes scanning the shore for an answering signal.
 Appeared to be scanning the Sweet Bye-and-Bye.
Papa is earnestly scanning the page that pictures the young lady exercising before an open window, and bending--but there, there
he said with a friendly mocking smile, scanning Levin as he approached.
he said, scanning his new suit, obviously cut by a French tailor.
Princeton University Library's Digital Map and Geospatial Information Center started a pilot map scanning project in early 2004 to build a system, to develop specifications for scanning maps and compressing TIFF images to JPEG2000 file format, and to establish workflows.
Scanning the wounds is an objective way to accurately measure the surface area and depth of a wound and document whether it's healing.

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