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“The square-browed judge likewise dreamed, and all his race rose up before him in a mighty phantasmagoria -- his steel-shod, mail-clad race, the lawgiver and world-maker among the families of men.”
“After a time, with a greater clashing of steel-shod feet on rock, he returned.”
“Kama stood outside by the sled, a long, narrow affair, sixteen inches wide and seven and a half feet in length, its slatted bottom raised six inches above the steel-shod runners.”
“The square-browed judge likewise dreamed, and all his race rose up before him in a mighty phantasmagoria — his steel-shod, mail-clad race, the lawgiver and world-maker among the families of men.”
“There was a clashing of steel-shod hoofs on stone, and now and again an oath or a sharp cry of command.”
“The sleds groaned by on their steel-shod runners, and the dogs strained low in the harnesses in which they were born to die.”
“The clash of steel-shod soles against the rocks began to be heard, and the man's voice grew louder.”
“The lashes fell on the horses 'rumps, and they leaped, and surged, and plunged, with their huge steel-shod hoofs, the size of soup - plates, tearing up the sawdust into smoke.”
“There was a sound of crashing through underbrush, the ringing of steel-shod hoofs on stone, and an occasional and mossy descent of a dislodged boulder that bounded from the hill and fetched up with a final splash in the torrent that rushed over a wild chaos of rocks beneath him.”
“She watched the riders go, thundering by on steel-shod horses whose charge shook the earth, and was glad to stay beneath their notice.”
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