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In response three thousand hairy bulls leaped screaming and barking into the village of the terrified blacks.
Grant continued to read; but no response was audible.
Tars Tarkas and I found no time for an exchange of experiences as we stood there before the great boulder surrounded by the corpses of our grotesque assailants, for from all directions down the broad valley was streaming a perfect torrent of terrifying creatures in response to the weird call of the strange figure far above us.
I do not suppose she had ever really cared for her husband, and what I had taken for love was no more than the feminine response to caresses and comfort which in the minds of most women passes for it.
Meanwhile, Doctor Jacques Coictier had heard his companion's question with a displeasure which Dom Claude's response had but redoubled.
With reference to commerce, the proclamation to industrious workmen and to peasants evoked no response.
The prospector cannot turn unless its nose is deflected from the outside--by some external force or resistance--the steering wheel within would have moved in response.
Once he started toward the north in response to a sudden determination to continue his way to the west coast.
The other knight made no response other than to rest his lance upon his thigh and with lowered point ride toward his ebon adversary.
He had had the uncanny feeling for some time that he was being watched, and it was in response to this animal instinct that was strong within him that he had turned suddenly and surprised the eyes in the very act of watching him.
Granet made a few efforts at conversation with his companion, but, meeting with no response, soon relapsed into silence.
The faint light from the grating above revealed the pile of rags in one corner; but the man lay beneath them, he made no response to Bradley's low greeting.

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