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“But am I no longer to be your little 'Cosian'?" she asked, laughing.”
“The Cosian infantry, meeting her on land in open battle, in force, would be crushed.”
“You might even be permitted to live, perhaps as a blinded, toungueless slave chained to he bench of a Cosian galley.”
“After all, we are, in our way, acting in support of Ar, the old Ar, the true Ar, and the officer, through obviously a Cosian sleen, was not a bad fellow.”
“The extremely interesting thing to my mind would be the Cosian response to this offer.”
“It was not that Cosian script, was illegible, say, to folks of Ko-ro-ba or Ar, but rather that it was recognizably different.”
“His accent was Cosian, of course, but it was a high-caste Cosian accent, intelligible to all.”
“Phoebe herself, it might be mentioned, had very seldom been lashed, particularly since the day of Myronâ ™ s entrance into the city when Marcus had finally accepted her as a mere slave., as opposed to a Cosian woman in his collar, to be sure, enslaved, on whom he could vent his hatred of Cos and things Cosian.”
“In what the Cosian had said to the Ubara I had made out the expression âslave curvesâ ™.”
“We had learned, however, after the fall of Arâ ™ s Station, that the official rumor circulated in the south was to the effect that Arâ ™ s Station had opened its gates to the Cosian expeditionary force, this in consideration of substantial gifts of gold.”
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