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Examples

  • "Ptero," she said, spelling it in a speech balloon.

    Faun & Games

  • It is called Ptero, and is a world in itself where all folk exist, past, future, and possible. "

    Cube Route

  • But surely Donald remained on Ptero, the moon where all folk who ever existed or might exist dwelt.

    Stork Naked

  • "I am Ptero Bull, from the planet of Ptero, of course."

    Pet Peeve

  • It seemed that on Ptero, the first moon, time equaled geography, or vice versa, so they could be eighteen at the same time they were only six in Xanth.

    Pet Peeve

  • This was Ptero, they had learned, where all people and creatures and things that might ever exist resided.

    Pet Peeve

  • I met your Xanth counterpart, and she sent me on to Ptero.

    Cube Route

  • Ptero had been tricky enough to adjust to, with its timed geography and Comic Strips; what might she encounter here?

    Cube Route

  • Ptero is just a little ball, and Pyramid is just as tiny.

    Cube Route

  • I know his Ptero self, of course, but I've never met the real one.

    Cube Route

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