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If the ghosts kill me, you will see me no more, or the club either; but if I live I will bring you back the bones, or, if I do not find them, I will render the Watcher into your hands again.
There was never a gun fired at us, the watchers of the fords in those days.
Was he also out in that deluged--the unseen watcher, the man of darkness.
She stood perfectly still, looking after him, in an attitude of tranquil expectancy torturing to the hidden watcher.
I was alone, and calm and quiet below me in the sun and shade lay the old house, with its terraces and turrets, on which there had seemed to me to be such complete repose when I first saw it, but which now looked like the obdurate and unpitying watcher of my mother's misery.
Ah, Macumazahn, the watcher by night," was the mocking answer, "ye who dwell in the stars, do ye not know that some live long, and that some have eyes which can see through rock?
For a time no effect was visible to the watcher on the bridge.
If he were being watched, he could not know; but if so the watcher saw no indication of the nervous excitement which the European strove to conceal.
The fall seemed interminable to the watcher and he realized how great must have been the altitude of the plane before the drop commenced.
As Jane and Tarzan stood upon the vessel's deck recounting to one another the details of the various adventures through which each had passed since they had parted in their London home, there glared at them from beneath scowling brows a hidden watcher upon the shore.
Toward this enchanting spot slowly were walking the Lady Maud and her little charge, Prince Richard; all ignorant of the malicious watcher in the window behind them.
As he turned in the direction he was accustomed to taking from this part of Paris to his apartments, the watcher across the street ran from his hiding-place and hurried on ahead at a rapid pace.