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Onward raced the Cro-Magnard, his thoughts filled with the quest he had undertaken alone.
Uda, the moon, had not yet risen above the trees when the Cro-Magnon youth plunged into the wilderness of growing things.
Crouching under the arc of the hurtling body, the Cro-Magnard drove his long knife to the hilt in the white-furred belly.
For several minutes the ruler of Sephar sat lost in thought, his eyes on the giant Cro-Magnon.
Cro-Magnon man had always been a reindeer hunter, accustomed and well adapted to the life and conditions of tundra or steppe.
The Cro-Magnon race was already declining in physique and numbers during the Magdalenian.
But, if the Cro-Magnons were light-colored, they have left no traces of this in their descendants at Perigeux and elsewhere.
But the Cro-Magnon folk decreased in numbers, in stature, apparently also in ability and vitality.
Kidd's plug is a part of the craggy steep known as Cro' Nest, on the Hudson.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF OUR OWN LAND, COMPLETECHARLES M. SKINNER
The cro-at (now cravat) became the passion; and the throat, which had hitherto been comparatively free, lost its liberty for ever.