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I saw the arrow leap up, miss Lop-Ear, glance against a limb, and fall back to the ground.
First he restrained Jerry from retrieving the arrow, which he knew had gone home; and next he fitted a fresh arrow to the bow string.
I should dearly love to let arrow fly alongside another man.
This bow was made from the horns of a wild ibex which he had killed as it was bounding from a rock; he had stalked it, and it had fallen as the arrow struck it to the heart.
Presently a Manyuema within the village fell, pierced by a single arrow.
The sinewy black arm had drawn the shaft far back; Horta, the boar, was charging, and then the black released the little poisoned arrow, and Tarzan saw it fly with the quickness of thought and lodge in the bristling neck of the boar.
The poor poet lay on the earth and wept, for the arrow had really flown into his heart.
The Sagoth had never before seen a bow and arrow, but of a sudden it must have swept over his dull intellect that the thing I held toward him was some sort of engine of destruction, for he too came to a halt, simultaneously swinging his hatchet for a throw.
that led into the house] with the arrow standing against the top of the bow.
As it was, the arrow whistled within three inches of his head.
Arrow, I believe him thoroughly honest; some of the men are the same; all may be for what I know.
Past the veranda they raced, pouring a deadly fire into the kneeling Waziri who discharged their volley of arrows from behind their long, oval shields--shields well adapted, perhaps, to stop a hostile arrow, or deflect a spear; but futile, quite, before the leaden missiles of the riflemen.