They generally are of two sorts; those composed almost entirely of females, and those mustering none but young vigorous males
, or bulls, as they are familiarly designated.
It seemed from the messenger's tale that two of Gr-gr-gr's great males
had been set upon by a half-dozen of Hooja's cutthroats while the former were peaceably returning from the thag hunt.
The other males
scattered in all directions, but not before the infuriated brute had felt the vertebra of one snap between his great, foaming jaws.
You come of those hairy anthropoid males
who hunted their mates through the tangle of primeval forests, and who finally obtained their consent--shall we say?
It is a fact of some little importance to us, that peculiarities appearing in the males
of our domestic breeds are often transmitted either exclusively, or in a much greater degree, to males
Their bodies were smaller and lighter in color, and their fingers and toes bore the rudiments of nails, which were entirely lacking among the males
When Akut was by, the small folk kept their distance, but with Korak they were less shy and when both the males
were gone they would come close to Meriem, tugging at her ornaments or playing with Geeka, who was a never ending source of amusement to them.
of all, or certainly of the greater number, are jet black; and the females (with perhaps one or two exceptions) are brown.
or do we entrust to the males
the entire and exclusive care of the flocks, while we leave the females at home, under the idea that the bearing and suckling their puppies is labour enough for them?
The shes and the balus roamed unguarded through the sullen jungle, while the greedy males
foraged far afield, and thus it was that Teeka and Gazan, her balu, hunted upon the extreme southern edge of the tribe with no great male
The nurseries for males
of noble or eminent birth, are provided with grave and learned professors, and their several deputies.
With full stomachs, bickering and quarrelling began among the younger males
, and this continued through the few days that followed before the breaking-up of the pack.