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But Cheditafa tell you-he tell you everything.
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The appearance of Cheditafa was quite as miserable as that of poor Mok, but his countenance was much more intelligent, and his English, although very much broken, was better even than Maka's, and he was able to make himself perfectly understood.
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Cheditafa knew why they were resting.
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But still Cheditafa and his companions were so frightened and so startled by this awful thing, happening so suddenly, as if it had been magic, that it was some time-he did not know how long-before they lifted their faces from the rocks against which they were pressing them.
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Then Cheditafa crept forward and looked out.
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Go on," he said to Cheditafa, who proceeded to tell how he and his companions looked out for a long time, but they saw nor heard nothing of any living creature.
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It was impossible, Cheditafa said, for any of them to have escaped from that raging torrent, which hurled them against the rocks as it carried them down to the sea.
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According to Cheditafa's earnest assertions, they had never eaten as they had eaten then.
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But they saw nothing, and being very anxious to find good white people who would take care of them, they started out before dawn that morning to look for the shipwrecked party about whom Cheditafa had heard the Rackbirds talking, and with whom they hoped to find their companion Mok, and thus it was that they were here.
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Captain Horn had heard the story of Cheditafa, he walked away from the rest of the party, and stood, his eyes upon the ground, still mechanically holding his gun.
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He felt that he must make himself believe in the relief which had come to them, and, turning sharply, he called out to Cheditafa: "Man, since you have been in this part of the country, have you ever seen or heard of any wild beasts here?
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After supper Maka and Cheditafa were called upon to tell their story, but they said very little.
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But now the idea of the boat made him brave this possible contingency, and early one morning, with Cheditafa and two other of the black fellows, he set off along the beach for the mouth of the little stream which, rising somewhere in the mountains, ran down to the cavern where it had once widened and deepened into a lake, and then through the ravine of the Rackbirds on to the sea.
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The deck was bare, without a sign of spar or sail, and when, with Cheditafa's help, he had forced the entrance of the little companionway, and had gone below, he found that the vessel had been entirely stripped of everything that could be carried away, and when he went on deck again he saw that even the rudder had been unshipped and removed.
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Cheditafa could give him no information upon this state of things, but after a little while Captain Horn imagined the cause for this dismantled condition of the sloop.
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When he spoke to Cheditafa on the subject, the negro told him that after the little ship came in from one of its voyages he and his companions had always carried the masts, sails, and a lot of other things up to the camp.
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While the captain had been thinking and considering the matter, Cheditafa had been wandering about the coast exploring.
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Presently Captain Horn saw him running toward him, accompanied by the two other negroes. "'Nother boat over there," cried Cheditafa, as the captain approached him,-"'nother boat, but badder than this.
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The captain followed Cheditafa across the little stream, and a hundred yards or so along the shore, and over out of reach of the tide, piled against a low sand mound, he saw a quantity of wood, all broken into small pieces, and apparently prepared, as Cheditafa had suggested, for cooking-fires.
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And Cheditafa and me we gets tuck somew'ere to be slaves.
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Examples of Cheditafa

Example #1
Tell me this, and be quick.
Example #2
Will they be coming after these men, or have they gone off somewhere else?
Example #3
About the middle of the afternoon of the day before, a wonderful thing happened.
Example #4
The Rackbirds had had their dinner, which they had cooked themselves, and they were all lying down in their huts or in the shadows of the rocks, either asleep, or smoking and telling stories.
Example #5
The Rackbirds had no idea that he understood English, for he had been careful to keep this fact from them after he found out what sort of men they were,-and this knowledge had come very soon to him,-and they spoke freely before him.