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" ... completely intercepted. But, under water, time is too great an object to be spent in reflection, and therefore he swam round to another part of the rock, hoping by this means to avoid the vigilance of his persecutor. "
Chambers's pocket miscellany - Page 14
by Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
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Travels in the Interior of Mexico, in 1825, 1826, 1827, & 1828

Robert William Hale Hardy - Pearl fisheries - 1829 - 540 pages
...his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious A SUBMARINE ADVENTURE. 259 tinter6ro still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...recollection of which he still shuddered) that was continually opening and shutting, as if the monster was already, in imagination, devouring his victim,...
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Travels in the Interior of Mexico: In 1825, 1826, 1827, & 1828

Robert William Hale Hardy - California, Gulf of (Mexico) - 1829 - 540 pages
...of his persecutor. What was his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious tintereVo still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...recollection of which he still shuddered) that was continually opening and shutting, as if the monster was already, in imagination, devouring his victim,...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 42

Business & Economics - 1830
...of his persecutor. What was his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious tinterero still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...recollection of which he still shuddered) that was continually opening and shutting, as if the monster was already, in imagination, devour ing his victim,...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1830
...of bis persecutor. What was his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious tinterero still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...dart from their sockets with eagerness, and a mouth (t the recollection of which he still shuddered) that was continually opening and shutting, as if...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 42

Sir John Murray IV - 1830
...with eagerness, and a mouth (at the recollection of which he still shuddered) that was continually opening and shutting, as if the monster was already,...contemplation of his prey imparted a foretaste of the goftt ! Two alternatives now presented themselves to the mind of Don Pablo ; one, to suffer himself...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 42

Sir John Murray IV - 1830
...with eagerness, and a mouth (at the recollection of which he still shuddered) that was continually opening and shutting, as if the monster was already,...contemplation of his prey imparted a foretaste of the godt ! Two alternatives now presented themselves to the mind of Don Pablo ; one, to suffer himself...
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Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life: Embracing the Turf, the ...

Pierce Egan - Sports - 1832 - 414 pages
...of his persecutor. What was his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious tinterero still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...and a mouth (at the recollection of which he still shudders) that was constantly opening and shutting, as if the monster was already, in imagination,...
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Pierce Egan's Book of sports, and mirror of life

Pierce Egan - 1832
...of his persecutor. What was his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious tinterero still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...and a mouth (at the recollection of which he still shudders) that was constantly opening and shutting, as if the monster was already, in imagination,...
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The Recreation: a gift-book for young readers. [3rd-8th annual issue].

1843
...of his persecutor. What was his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious tinterero still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...was already, in imagination, devouring his victim. Two alternatives now presented themselves to the mind of Don Pablo ; one, to suffer himself to be drowned,...
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The Recreation: A Gift-book for Young Readers

Gift books - 1843
...of his persecutor. What was his dismay, when he again looked up, to find the pertinacious tinterero still hovering over him, as a hawk would follow a...was already, in imagination, devouring his victim. Two alternatives now presented themselves to the mind of Don Pablo ; one, to suffer himself to be drowned,...
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