Ollabearqui in a sentence

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The Indians said the weather was growing colder every day, and the head-man, a middle-aged chief, called Ollabearqui, or Trick the Bear, told with an ominous grunt, that when the cold "grow bigger and bigger and the winds stay asleep, then Ollabearqui is afraid.
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Two, Mallory and an Indian, were to go around a mountain to the eastward, and Ollabearqui and I were to follow a valley which would bring us to the foot of the same mountain on the farther side, where we agreed to meet the others.
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Ollabearqui spoke to him in the Indian tongue, and the dog renewed his search, going back again to the little spring.
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We reached the spot, Ollabearqui some minutes before me, and discovered the narrow mouth of a cavern, at which the hound was furiously digging.
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As I rose to my feet after the attempt, I saw Ollabearqui, who had jumped to a point somewhat above the cavern's entrance, with his rifle at his shoulder.
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It was all done in a second, but I could see Ollabearqui trying to draw his knife.
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Stunned by the heavy fall, Ollabearqui did not rise, and I saw the panther crawl around the ledge to spring on his prostrate foe.
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The panther made one tremendous leap, and fell with a dying yell on Ollabearqui's breast.
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He passed near Ollabearqui first, at about eighty yards.
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The bargain was made, and Ollabearqui and two other Indians started with us the next morning, that we might reach our camp on the twenty-fourth, or on Christmas morning.
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Examples of Ollabearqui

Example #1
They were well provided against severe cold, and soon made us comfortable; but we were too wearied the next day to do any hunting.
Example #2
Worn out and benumbed with cold, we gladly gave ourselves into their hands to be warmed and fed.
Example #3
A large, gaunt, savage-faced hound followed my Indian companion.
Example #4
On the second morning of our stay among the Indians four of us went out after moose.
Example #5
The Indian at the same time pointed to the ground for me to see a track, but no mark of any kind was visible to my eye-not a scratch or impression on the hard snow-crust.
Example #6
In a moment he came out again with his nose close to the snow, and as he emerged raised his head and gave one short, fierce howl.