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"Far afield! It's not forty miles on the London and Brighton."
The shes and the balus roamed unguarded through the sullen jungle, while the greedy males foraged far afield, and thus it was that Teeka and Gazan, her balu, hunted upon the extreme southern edge of the tribe with no great male near them.
He was beginning to become peeved and had about made up his mind to chastise Teeka for wandering so far afield when he wanted her.
``what, in the name of ten devils, keeps Gurth so long afield? I suppose we shall have an evil account of the herd; he was wont to be a faithful and cautious drudge, and I had destined him for something better; perchance I might even have made him one of my warders.''*
His hunting had not carried him far afield, nor was he prone to permit it to do so.
He had not gone far, he was not past the midst of the first afield, when his whole brain thundered within him, 'Fool!
Are you going to send me afield still further to some man whom you have taken up in Phrygia or fair Meonia?
"Miss Penelope," he said under his breath, "I have to admit that one must travel further afield for Heaven's greatest gift.
"Will you go far afield for a walk with me to-day?" he said to her and me, one idle afternoon of opal skies, pied meadows and misty hills.
Families Afield is a partnership program of the NSSF, National Wild Turkey Federation, U.S.
STRATHCLYDE PARK OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: Discerning diners will travel further afield to venues such as Mings, above, in Cumbernauld, for top nosh
Further afield the trio appeared at the Schwetzinger, Mecklenburg Vorpommern and Trondheim Festivals and have given recitals in Ireland, Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands.