"None escape," said the Beast People, looking askance at one another.
"None escape," said a dappled brute standing in the doorway.
Occasionally one would raise his shrill scream or thunderous roar in answering challenge to the savage din of the anthropoids, but none
came near to investigate or attack, for the great apes, assembled in all the power of their numbers, filled the breasts of their jungle neighbors with deep respect.
Then with equal futility he tried several native dialects but to none
of these did the man respond.
2) Apollo, friend, Apollo, he it was That brought these ills to pass; But the right hand that dealt the blow Was mine, none
can tell what happened; but it came about that the white man was frightened, for he flung down the goat-skin, with the stones, and fled out with only the one stone in his hand, and that the king took, and it is the stone which thou, Macumazahn, didst take from Twala's brow."
but honest, good gentlefolks, are welcome to my house; and, I thank good luck, I have always had enow of such customers; indeed as many as I could entertain.
"There is none
," answered Zinita, looking him in the eyes.
Let us not then pursue By force impossible, by leave obtain'd Unacceptable, though in Heav'n, our state Of splendid vassalage, but rather seek Our own good from our selves, and from our own Live to our selves, though in this vast recess, Free, and to none
accountable, preferring Hard liberty before the easie yoke Of servile Pomp.
As there is neither sun with us, nor any light of such a kind as to make shadows, we have none
of the helps to the sight that you have in Spaceland.
From all of her year she may claim One haunch of each kill for her litter, and none
may deny her the same.
The same is also observed in many others with respect to natural children; but it is through want of citizens regularly born that they admit such: for these laws are always made in consequence of a scarcity of inhabitants; so, as their numbers increase, they first deprive the children of a male or female slave of this privilege, next the child of a free-woman, and last of all they will admit none
but those whose fathers and mothers were both free.