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Halfway across stood Prince Nesvitski, who had alighted from his horse and whose big body was body was jammed against the railings.
Then he plugged the muzzle tight with a cone-shaped block of wood, hammered and jammed in as tight as it could be.
They found the way blocked by jammed and distorted rock.
When Tarzan reached the trench and emerged into it there was no one in sight in that particular bay, nor in the next, nor the next as he hurried forward in the direction of the German center; but in the fourth bay he saw a dozen men jammed in the angle of the traverse at the end while leaping upon them and rending with talons and fangs was Numa, a terrific incarnation of ferocity and ravenous hunger.