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Easily before had Tarzan locked his legs beneath the belly of a lion while he clung to its long mane and stabbed it until his point reached its heart.
Their manes were just a trifle darker than an ordinary black-maned lion but the tawny shade on the balance of their coats predominated.
He coloured, and played with the mane again, but answered - 'No, I think not.'
The charioteers drove near by their horses with beautiful manes, and the wide earth rang with the beat of their hoofs as they rushed along.
This cheered him immensely; and when he came back to Novastoshnah that summer, Matkah, his mother, begged him to marry and settle down, for he was no longer a holluschick but a full-grown sea-catch, with a curly white mane on his shoulders, as heavy, as big, and as fierce as his father.
By daylight Kotick's mane was standing on end and his temper was gone where the dead crabs go.
His curly white mane stood up with rage, and his eyes flamed, and his big dog teeth glistened, and he was splendid to look at.
Winger Mane was seen angrily gesturing as he threw a strop following his 85th minute withdrawal at Turf Moor on Saturday evening, with Divock Origi coming on in his place.
While Firmino is most comfortable dropping deep as the '9' to collect possession and allow the left-sided and right-sided attackers to move centrally, Mane constantly sought to find angles to run in behind the defensive line to stretch the Chelsea defence and force their block deep.
Mane only returned to training last Monday, after having only a short break following Africa Cup of Nations duty with Senegal.
Mane will enjoy two weeks' holiday following the Africa Cup of Nations before resuming training with the Anfield club ahead of their Premier League opener against Norwich on August 9.
Mirroring the fortunes of the Teranga Lions, often favourites but never champions, the 27-year-old has sometimes disappointed, although he likely holds the key to Senegal erasing 60 years of hurt in African football.Coming off his most prolific Premier League season, finishing in a three-way tie for the golden boot with 22 goals, and a European crown in June, Mane is the face of a new, successful generation and deserves recognition in the battle for the revered Ballon d'Or.