Running at the forefront of the pack was a large grey wolf--one of its several leaders
Again Mowgli dived, and again a dhole went under, and rose dead, and again the clamour broke out at the rear of the pack; some howling that it was best to go ashore, others calling on their leader to lead them back to the Dekkan, and others bidding Mowgli show himself and he killed.
I have filled these dogs' mouths with dirt; I have tricked them in the broad daylight, and their leader lacks his tail, but here be some few for thee still.
Very carefully and gently Mowgli lifted the bodies aside, and raised Akela to his feet, both arms round him, and the Lone Wolf drew a long breath, and began the Death Song that a leader of the Pack should sing when he dies.
Fully two hundred must have gathered below him, but he could see that the leaders sniffed hungrily on Won-tolla's trail, and tried to drag the Pack forward.
The round-bellied leader
still leered at her and fluttered one hand, though two big policemen were just bending to extricate him.
The black civilly volunteered his services to take off the leaders, and the Judge very earnestly seconded the measure with his advice.
You know that I broke the leaders myself, and the pole-horses are too near my whip to be restive.
It was not in the nature of the Frenchman to disappoint expectations so confidently formed; although he cat looking down the precipice which fronted him, as Richard turned his leaders into the quarry, with a pair of eyes that stood out like those of lobsters.
Richard, by a sudden application of the whip, succeeded in forcing the leaders into the snow-bank that covered the quarry; but the instant that the impatient animals suffered by the crust, through which they broke at each step, they positively refused to move an inch farther in that direction.
The youth gave the leaders a powerful jerk, and they plunged aside, and re-entered the road in the position in which they were first halted.
such as this lack the understanding that even when a subordinate makes the decision, the success or failure of such decision is attributable to them because as a former President of the United States of America, Harry Truman, said, the buck stops at the desk of the leader
Now party leaders
view conservative Christians as "values voters," with an obvious emphasis on "voters.
A committee has been formed with two Emerging Leaders
co-chairs who are actively pursuing recruitment and planning educational and networking events specifically geared to young professionals.
It is a unique book that chronicles the courage, passion, struggle, and dedication of the leaders
in the immigration battle in which America is now engaged.