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  • A few goats were browsing among the sandy hillocks, and a skin-clad boy, aided by a wolfish-looking dog that was only faintly reminiscent of a collie, was watching them.

    Page 4

  • But to his chagrin, a skin-clad man ran forward and thrust out his hand with a familiar

    IN THE FOREST OF THE NORTH

  • But Thom bore straight on, unharmed, at the heels of a skin-clad hunter who had veered in before her from the side.

    IN THE FOREST OF THE NORTH

  • The tawny wolf-dogs sat between their skin-clad masters or fought for room, the firelight cast backward from their red eyes and dripping fangs.

    The Sun of the Wolf

  • I have heard it aforetime, when skin-clad men sang in fire-circles that pressed back the frost and night.

    CHAPTER XXXIV

  • The tawny wolf - dogs sat between their skin-clad masters or fought for room, the firelight cast backward from their red eyes and dripping fangs.

    The Son of the Wolf

  • And the boy, lean and lithe, sunbeaten and browned, skin-clad and in hair - fringed and hair-tufted MUCLUCS that showed the wear of the sea and rough work, coolly withstood her advances, his body straight and stiff with the peculiar erectness common to children of savage people.

    THE STORY OF JEES UCK

  • Aryan speech falling from the lips of a filthy little skin-clad savage.

    Page 4

  • Opposed to them, contesting the landing, were skin-clad savages, unlike Indians, however, who clustered on the beach or waded into the water to their knees.

    CHAPTER XII

  • And as Evelyn Van Wyck fled through the sombre forest aisles before the too arduous advances of her slant-browed, skin-clad wooer, the door of the cabin opened, without the courtesy of a knock, and a skin-clad woman, savage and primitive, came in.

    LI-WAN, THE FAIR

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