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No cars, no autoplanes ... just a rustling mass of aliens, chuttering endlessly in their harsh sibilant language, scraping their hard spiny limbs and bodies against each other and the rounded, gourd-like walls.
Flandry's first awareness was of weight, enclosure, chuttering pump, cooled dried air blown at his nostrils.
"It's what you do, just the same: cluckling and chuttering!"
A nesting grouse flew chuttering out from under a juniper bush, alighted a short distance away and went limping and dragging one wing before them, cheeping piteously.
A nesting grouse flew chuttering out from under a juniper bush, alighted
There's no such words in the English language as 'cluckling' and 'chuttering.'"
He looked as if you'd set him crazy if you didn't quit that chuttering and cluckling! "
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