The bands marched in separate bodies under their several leaders
yelled the leader
, scratching at the foot of the tree.
Fortunate for Okar is it that you were here to prevent their escape, for these be the greatest villains north of the ice-barrier, and this one"--pointing to the leader
of the party--"would have made himself Jeddak of Jeddaks in the place of the dead Salensus Oll.
Recognizing the falsity of this view of history, another set of historians say that power rests on a conditional delegation of the will of the people to their rulers, and that historical leaders
have power only conditionally on carrying out the program that the will of the people has by tacit agreement prescribed to them.
A ha, my hearties," roared the leader
, turning to his motley crew, "fine pickings here indeed.
Of course, if you make a howling mistake," Collins told them, "that's when you all pull the wires like mad and poke the leader
and whirl him around.
The she-wolf, the young leader
on her left, and the one-eyed elder on her right, led their half of the pack down to the Mackenzie River and across into the lake country to the east.
The death of the Genoese leader
did indeed bring the resistance to an end.
46: Her Hippostratus (did wed), a scion of Ares, the splendid son of Phyetes, of the line of Amarynces, leader
of the Epeians.
If you had married Roy Gardner, now," continued Gilbert mercilessly, "YOU could have been `a leader
in social and intellectual circles far away from Four Winds.
An elderly man, evidently the leader
, lifted a soft felt hat and mopped the perspiration from the bald top of his head.
At some little distance in front of the whole, marched the individual, who, by his position and air, appeared to be the leader
of the band.
Had the acute-angled rabble been all, without exception, absolutely destitute of hope and of ambition, they might have found leaders
in some of their many seditious outbreaks, so able as to render their superior numbers and strength too much even for the wisdom of the Circles.
were of gray, and the pole-horses of a jet-black.
At the moment I was as uplifted as the others, for the chance had come at last, with what we all regarded as a prodigious salary, but I was wanted in the beginning of the week, and it suddenly struck me that the leaders
were the one thing I had always skipped.