But in that case, if the force that moves nations lies not in the historic leaders
but in the nations themselves, what significance have those leaders
Sometimes, however, he dropped cautiously and slowly behind and edged in between the old leader
and the she-wolf.
It was, indeed, only the relics and embers of the fight which continued to burn; for of the few knights who still continued in the lists, the greater part had, by tacit consent, forborne the conflict for some time, leaving it to be determined by the strife of the leaders
The black civilly volunteered his services to take off the leaders
, and the Judge very earnestly seconded the measure with his advice.
He watched the sharp bay head of the leader
snuffing along the trail, and gave him "Good hunting!"
Being liberated, he engaged with the Spaniards and Sioux Indians in a war against the Pawnees; then returned to Missouri, and had acted by turns as sheriff, trader, trapper, until he was enlisted as a leader
by Captain Bonneville.
"The lions are never IN trouble--they only MAKE trouble," said the Leader
, turning up his nose.
When an army is overthrown and its leader
slain, the cause will surely be found among these five dangerous faults.
"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.
"Then, monsieur," rejoined Colbert's man, addressing the new leader
, "it is for you that this last order remitted to me is intended.
Tall and sinewy, and brown, clear-eyed, hard-featured, with the stern and prompt bearing of experienced soldiers, it would be hard indeed for a leader
to seek for a choicer following.
"Are you not going to make them your slaves?" asked the leader
of the wolves.