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The twigs and branches hurled at Numa, Tarzan soon realized, did not hurt him greatly even when they struck him, and did not injure him at all, so the ape-man looked about for more effective missiles, nor did he have to look long.
And Mr Pickering had stopped treading on twigs. The faintest of night breezes ruffled the tree-tops above them.
In place of his former somewhat elephantine method of progression he adopted a species of shuffle which had excellent results, for it enabled him to brush twigs away instead of stepping flatfootedly on them.
So, instead of casting about among the trees for fallen twigs, I began leaping up and dragging down branches.
against it we placed in a sloping direction a number of the half decayed boughs that were strewn about, and covering the whole with twigs and leaves, awaited the morning's light beneath such shelter as it afforded.
The frame was of poles and willow twigs, on which were stretched five elk and buffalo hides, sewed together with sinews, and the seams payed with unctuous mud.
He broke off twigs and small branches and flung them down upon our enemies.
YOU WILL NEED Bark, twigs, leaves and a bit of mud.
he could see a pair fly in and out with twigs, and when chicks fledged,
The Plant Pathology Laboratory of the Federal university of Parana obtained samples of anthracnose on persimmon twigs and fruits with the same symptoms described by xie (2010), which was not common until that year (2006) in Brazil.