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  • Gwydion WilliamsPeterborough• Dope is the feedstock and pension fund of the judicial system, which is as dependent on drugs retaining their illicit status as the narco-gangs are for maintaining their business model.

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  • Tolteca, Raven's antagonist, is the head of the Namerrican expedition to Gwydion.

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  • In the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogion, Gwydion is a cryptically divine storyteller, loremaster; magician, and shape-changer.

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  • Conceivably, I don't know; conceivably we are not the only intelligent race on Gwydion.

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  • We seem to do much as we please, all the time, here on Gwydion.

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  • He recalled again that there was no tragic art on Gwydion.

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  • An Irish description of an enchanted Otherworld island applies equally well to Gwydion:

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  • "But I'm afraid practice has no more statistical correlation with preaching on Gwydion than anywhere else in the universe."

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  • Tears blurred her eyes, and that wasn't the way of Gwydion either.

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  • While the first expedition had reported Gwydion to be terres-troid in astonishing detail, it was about ten percent smaller and denser than Old Earth -- to be expected of a younger world, formed when there were more heavy atoms in the universe -- and thus possessed less total land area.

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