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  • I almost wish that those in Tehran could watch the spectacle of US "media" falling all over themselves trying to report from behind the Chador, while exclaiming the virtues of Twitter (though those virtues do need to be acknowledged in this case).

    Parvez Sharma: A Report From Inside as Tehran Twitters

  • "If he tries to run for it, shoot him dead," ordered Messinger, carelessly, and dismounting, he walked toward the house, and Chador followed his suit.

    An Undivided Union

  • As soon as Messinger and Chador fell in the stubble field, Major Lyon turned and continued on his way to the forest.

    An Undivided Union

  • "I wonder where Tom is?" asked Chador, as he looked ahead, to see that

    An Undivided Union

  • Unwilling to make the pursuit alone, especially in the face of what had occurred, Chador concluded to fill in his time hunting up Derwiddie.

    An Undivided Union

  • Seeing the effect of his shot, Messinger yelled to Chador, and both ran forth from the house on a dead run, straight for where Deck lay.

    An Undivided Union

  • Of course it beat as strongly as ever, and, learning this, Chador ran for some water.

    An Undivided Union

  • "He was as strong as an ox, I couldn't do anything with him," he said; and he likewise declared himself altogether too weak to take part in any pursuit, so Chador was despatched to give the alarm to any soldiers or cavalry he might run across in the neighborhood.

    An Undivided Union

  • "By gum! he's knocked out sure!" exclaimed Chador; and, getting down, he placed his hand to Derwiddie's heart.

    An Undivided Union

  • Seeing his companion struck, Chador came to a sudden halt; and when

    An Undivided Union

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