Out of Time's Abyss

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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He was exposed to the shoulders now.
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"Now run!" Bradley called to Tippet and himself turned in flight toward a nearby tree.
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On the chance that he might avoid a clash, Bradley stepped forward with upraised hand.
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"Fainted," he announced.
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Slowly Tippet regained consciousness and sat up.
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Then they turned toward James, who lay face downward upon the ground, trembling as with ague.
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With a hideous roar the mighty flesh-eater lurched forward to the ground with both front legs broken.
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They told of the disappearance of Miss La Rue in the night of September 11th, and of the departure of Bowen Tyler in search of her, accompanied only by his Airedale, Nobs.
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It was now evident that the mat upon the floor was intended for sleeping purposes and that the rough shove that had sent him to it had been a rude invitation to repose.
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It brought the man to a sitting posture, his hands off the ground.
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In the center of the wall close to the top, an area about three feet square gave forth a hollow sound when he rapped upon it.
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The air felt damp and cool.
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Bradley did not move.
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The floor about the opening in the shaft and.
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" "Come," said Bradley.
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Among other plans Bradley had thought of constructing a covered raft upon which they might drift to the mainland; but as such a contrivance would necessarily be of considerable weight, it must be built in the water of the sea, since they could not hope to move it even a short distance overland.
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She made sandals for herself and for the man and fashioned a hide after the manner of those worn by the warriors of her tribe and made the man wear it, for his own garments were in rags.
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The latter nodded.
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You are going back to my own country to be my wife.
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"Say the word and you may both go with us.