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So soon as the second man had appeared, Montgomery had started forward. "Steady on there!" he cried, in a tone of remonstrance.
He started rapidly forward, with his head turned toward the men.
Three of the males were scantily maned but one, the foremost, carried a splendid, black mane that rippled in the breeze as he trotted majestically forward. The lioness halted a hundred feet from Tarzan, while the lions came on past her and stopped a few feet nearer.
If now you should turn your head you would see a simultaneous movement among the spectators a start, as if they had received an electric shock - and looking forward again to the now distant horseman you would see that he has in that instant altered his direction and is riding at an angle to his former course.
"You will please stay on deck, Miss Brewster," Wolf Larsen said, as he started forward to meet his guest.
The chief of the Blackfeet stepped forward to meet him.
Many heads were bent forward with eagerness and sympathy.
Prince Andrew stepped forward from among the suite and said in French:
Fix, as he bowed, had a stifled feeling, and, going forward, where he ensconced himself, did not open his mouth for the rest of the day.
Pipt, ran forward and threw herself into her husband's outstretched arms.
This ruin consisted of merely a couple of crumbling masses of masonry which bore a rude resemblance to human faces; they leaned forward and touched foreheads, and had the look of being absorbed in conversation.
For my own part, I swam as fortune directed me, and was pushed forward by wind and tide.