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They remained in a circle about him and his fire, displaying an arrogance of possession that shook his courage born of the morning light.
he cried, savagely shaking his fist at the hungry beasts; and at the sound of his voice the whole circle was agitated, there was a general snarl, and the she-wolf slid up close to him across the snow and watched him with hungry wistfulness.
Inside this circle he crouched, his sleeping outfit under him as a protection against the melting snow.
The man attempted to step out of his circle of flame, but the wolves surged to meet him.
The circle of flame and coals was breaking into segments with openings in between.
Once he awakened, and in an opening in the circle, directly in front of him, he saw the she-wolf gazing at him.
A singular idea," replied Nicholl; "but it is probable that Kepler did not know the true dimensions of these circles, for the digging of them would have been the work of giants quite impossible for the Selenites.
The one thing which we seek with insatiable desire is to forget ourselves, to be surprised out of our propriety, to lose our sempiternal memory and to do something without knowing how or why; in short to draw a new circle.
The natural world may be conceived of as a system of concentric circles, and we now and then detect in nature slight dislocations which apprise us that this surface on which we now stand is not fixed, but sliding.
Whilst the eternal generation of circles proceeds, the eternal generator abides.
The circle had tightened till he could feel the breaths of the huskies on his flanks.
Using Nancy Atwell's ideas about student choice in book selection (Atwell, 1989) and incorporating an adaptation of Daniels' role sheet process, (Daniels, 2002, chap 7) we developed a unit that gave students a choice about which novel they read and also used literature circle discussions conducted by the students.