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At this moment Ralph appeared upon the scene, and the second African, whose name was something like Mok, sprang to his feet as if he were about to flee for his life.
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Maka shook his head and said that he had already asked his companion that question, but Mok had said that he did not know.
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On the shelf at the edge of the lake, the other African, Mok, sat crouched on his heels, his eyes wide open.
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As there had been little reason to expect a water attack at this hour, Mok had been relieved from guard for a meal and a nap.
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Mok, the second African, had been stationed to watch the lake approach, and he had deserted!
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This Mok had found out everything.
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As they came out on the little platform of rock, on which the evening light, coming through the great; cleft, still rendered objects visible, they saw Mok crouching on his heels, his eyes wide open as usual.
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To the captain's questions he could only say that a little while before, Mok had come running to him, and told him that, being thirsty, he had gone down to the edge of the lake to get a drink, and found that there was no water, only a great hole, and then he had run to tell Maka, and when Maka had gone back with him, so greatly surprised that he had deserted his post without thinking about it, he found that what Mok had said was true, and that there was nothing there but a great black hole.
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Mok must have been asleep when the water went away, but it was gone, and that was all he knew about it.
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Of course, during the darkness which would soon prevail there was no reason to expect a rear attack, and the captain satisfied himself with leaving Mok at his former post, with instructions to give the alarm if he heard the slightest sound, and put Maka, as before, in the outer passage.
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Mok was sitting with his eyes open, and showed that he was alive by a little grunt when the captain approached.
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One side of the rocky shelf which has been before mentioned sloped down to the lake, and the captain was just about to descend this when he heard a cry from the passage, and, at the same moment, a shout from Mok which seemed to be in answer to it.
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Here he found Mok, who had come to see what was the matter.
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It was Mok who had rushed out of the cave.
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The African shouted: "Mok's people!
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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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He had heard some of the men who had been out looking for Mok, and who had come back early that morning, tell about some shipwrecked people in a cave up the coast, and had heard all the plans which had been made for the attack upon them during the night.
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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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One day before, three went out to look for Mok, and they found his track and more track, and they waited in the black darkness, and then came here, and they heard you all sleep and snore that night.
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He wished very much to procure some better water than the last that had been brought, and which Mok must have dipped up from a very shallow puddle.
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Examples of Mok

Example #1
But as there was no place to flee to, except into the water or into the arms of Ralph, he stood still, trembling.
Example #2
African. "Yes," said Maka, "he says that is name they are called.
Example #3
All he knew was that those wicked men killed everybody they could kill.
Example #4
The captain shut his teeth tightly together.
Example #5
Whether he was asleep or not it would have been difficult to determine, but if any one had appeared in the great cleft on the other side of the lake, he would have sprung to his feet with a yell-his fear of the Rackbirds was always awake.
Example #6
It was between two and three o'clock the next morning that Maka's eyes, which had not closed for more than twenty hours, refused to keep open any longer, and with his head on the hard, rocky ground of the passage in which he lay, the poor African slept soundly.