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spoor

the trail of an animal or person, esp as discernible to the human eye
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For a week the sun was obscured by heavy clouds, while violent rain and wind storms obliterated the last remnants of the spoor Tarzan constantly though vainly sought.
The spoor was but a couple of days old when the two discovered it, which meant that the slow-moving caravan was but a few hours distant from them whose trained and agile muscles could carry their bodies swiftly through the branches above the tangled undergrowth which had impeded the progress of the laden carriers of the white men.
At first Tarzan had been solely occupied by the remarkable juxtaposition of the spoor of Dango and Gomangani, but now his keen eyes caught something in the spoor of the little Gomangani which brought him to a sudden stop.
The spoor was a day old and it ran toward the north.
Tarzan had followed the spoor of the old man, the two hyenas, and the little black boy to the mouth of the cave in the rocky canon between the two hills.
It was evident that he was following the spoor of meat by scent.
Along the foot of the perpendicular cliff the creature moved, sniffing at the invisible spoor, and now and then emitting the low moan of the hunting banth.
There was no spoor of wild beast in the soft mud along the banks, and the water certainly didn't look fit to drink.
The scent spoor of Numa, alone, might have been enough to have provoked flight in many of the lesser animals, but the sight of this strange apparition that smelled like a lion, but looked like nothing they ever had seen before, being led through the jungles by a giant Tarmangani was too much for even the more formidable denizens of the wild.
Sporting goods company Amer Spoors Oyj (HEL:AMEAS) reported on Friday that the cancellation of 2,000,000 shares held by the company, has been registered with the Finnish Trade Register.
6 rejected businessman Richard Spoors attempt to rely on Rule (c) of the states Rules of Civil Procedure to incorporate various derivative claims against John Barth Sr.
Mark Spoors, lead NCA officer, said: "We are working with the French authorities and we will exchange evidence with them.