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After our return to the dead city I passed several days in comparative idleness. On the day following our return all the warriors had ridden forth early in the morning and had not returned until just before darkness fell. As I later learned, they had been to the subterranean vaults in which the eggs were kept. The acute policy dictating these movements.

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After our return to the dead city I passed several days in comparative idleness on the day following. Our return all the warriors had ridden forth early in the morning and had not returned until just before darkness fell.

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The sunset faded to twilight before anything further happened. The crowd far away on the left, towards Woking, seemed to grow. Then I saw some cabmen and others had walked boldly into the sand pits, and heard the clatter of hoofs and the gride of wheels. I saw a lad trundling off the barrow of apples. And then, within thirty yards of the pit, advancing from the direction of Horsell, I noted a little black knot of men, the foremost of whom was waving a white flag.