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Of these, one, the 'Lone Star,' instantly attracted my attention, since, although it was reported as having cleared from London, the name is that which is given to one of the states of the Union."
'Lone Star' was there in January, '85, my suspicion became a certainty.
We waited long for news of the "Lone Star" of Savannah, but none ever reached us.
The Lone Wolf must have sprung and missed his hold, for Mowgli heard the snap of his teeth and then a yelp as the Sambhur knocked him over with his forefoot.
Akela the Lone Wolf lay by the side of his rock as a sign that the leadership of the Pack was open, and Shere Khan with his following of scrap-fed wolves walked to and fro openly being flattered.
Before De Montfort could urge them on to renew the attack a girlish figure clothed in a long riding cloak burst through the little knot of men as they stood facing their lone antagonist.
"If I had not before known it, My Lord," she replied haughtily, "it would be plain to me now as I see forty cowards hesitating to attack a lone man.
I know that I am a lone lorn creetur', and not only that everythink goes contrary with me, but that I go contrary with everybody.
I am a lone lorn creetur', and had much better not make myself contrary here.
Almost universally, a lone whale --as a solitary Leviathan is called --proves an ancient one.
A hut green-shadowed among firs, -- A sun that slopes in amber air, -- Lone wandering, my head I bare, While some far thrush the silence stirs.
Billy sang a lugubrious song of many stanzas about a cowboy, the refrain of which was, "Bury me out on the lone pr-rairie."