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But Umslopogaas, having peered once more down the burrow, said: "Hold, Galazi; I will go first
Then he crawled forward a little space and saw that he was coming to the inner mouth of the burrow, but that the shadow was deep there because of a great mass of rock which lay before the burrow shutting out the light.
Let us make an end: run, some of you, and find stones to stop the burrow, for now the sport is done.
They lay in a fluffy bed of rabbit wool and hay, in a shallow burrow, separate from the main rabbit hole.
Bouncer smoked another pipe, and gave Tommy Brock a cabbage leaf cigar which was so very strong that it made Tommy Brock grin more than ever; and the smoke filled the burrow.
They began to burrow a yard or two lower down the bank.
It throws up at the mouth of its burrows hillocks of earth like those of the mole, but smaller.
The house is still but a sort of porch at the entrance of a burrow.
But the people of Cold Lairs do not live in burrows.
Immediately from all about, out of burrows and rough, rocky lairs, poured a perfect torrent of beasts similar to my captors.
It was only too evident that these creatures possessed no gentle or chivalric sentiments to which she could appeal, and that she might escape from the labyrinthine mazes of their underground burrows appeared impossible.
Far below the levels to which we can take the rykors is a vast network of burrows where the real life of the kaldane is lived.