CAVES


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CAVESCapital Area Veterinary Emergency Services (Concord, NH)
CAVESConformal Acoustic Velocity Sensor
CAVESConformal Aperture Velocity Sonar
CAVESConformal Array of Velocity Element Sensors
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From the edge of the forest I saw the caves in the bluff, the open space, and the run-ways to the drinking-places.
"At the opening to the subterranean passage that led to their haven of refuge a mighty battle was fought in which the yellow men were victorious, and within the caves that gave ingress to their new home they piled the bodies of the dead, both yellow and green, that the stench might warn away their enemies from further pursuit.
The forces of Hooja--a great horde of savage Sagoths and primeval cave men--were work-ing their way up the steep cliff-face, their agility but slightly less than that of my captors who had clambered so nimbly aloft--even he who was burdened by my weight.
They led me toward the cliffs, and as we approached them, I glanced up and was sure that I saw Ajor's bright eyes peering down upon us from our lofty cave; but she gave no sign if she saw me; and we passed on, rounded the end of the cliffs and proceeded along the opposite face of them until we came to a section literally honeycombed with caves.
But he did not find her, and he saw that he lay in a cave upon a bed of grass, while all about him were the skins of beasts, and at his side was a pot filled with water.
They would have had us share their caves with them, but Lord John would by no means consent to it considering that to do so would put us in their power if they were treacherously disposed.
Thou makest this cave sultry and poisonous, thou bad old magician!
I lay facing the opening of the cave and where I could see the short stretch of trail which lay between the cave and the turn of the cliff around which the trail led.
Gathering a number of stones into a little pile beside the mouth of the cave I waited the advance of the Sagoths.
It would be complete, how- ever, as soon as the messenger dispatched with the great news to the cave should get the word to her husband.
Till the animals that have entered your cave come out again I prefer to remain in the open air."
Now just at midnight, every night, the lost heiress stood in the mouth of her cave, arrayed in white robes, and sang a little love ballad which her Crusader had made for her.