Did you mayhaps mean Candlemas?
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“In fact, once roughly a candlemark had passed, they were ready to do what no other tribe thus far had been willing to do - they offered to guide the group to their own encampment.”
“The dyheli kept running for a good candlemark, and only when their flanks were soaked with sweat and their sides heaving did they finally slow and stop beside a trickle of a stream.”
“Heat, " Darian muttered, after half a candlemark of debate.”
“It took the better part of a candlemark to find what they were looking for, which was another shelf to allow them to walk into the river, but by midmorning everyone was ready to make the crossing.”
“He ran after her, and for the next fever-warm candlemark or so, they were too busy with each other to think of anything else.”
“It feels cold enough to have been solid ice a candlemark before I dipped it out!”
“So he would wait until Hulda was occupied, then select one of the little lambs in his private herd and repair to his own chambers for an enjoyable and profitable candlemark or two.”
“There were not enough of them to warn their noble hosts that they were coming, but there were enough that by now all of Haven knew the approximate candlemark of when they would appear.”
“They all urged their tired mounts into a little faster pace, and within half a candlemark they were pounding at the gates.”
“Ancar waited a candlemark or two more, then moved in with his escort of guards.”
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