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  • But there were many ways in which his village seemed more permanent: the dancers had trodden a trail of bare packed earth through the tents; neatly stacked firewood in a rick waited next to a stone oven near a well-tended cook-fire on a stone-based hearth; fish was smoking nearby over another fire, and a platform of poles held ready caches of smoked meats and fish.

    Renegade's Magic

  • Olikea set to work immediately making a cook-fire.

    Renegade's Magic

  • And even without a lightning storm, high wind could bring disaster, if it carried a spark from a cook-fire or lantern into dry grass.

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • He massaged his forehead, then closed his eyes, becoming more aware of the mixed odors of manure and cook-fire smoke drifting in through the open cot doorway on the warm early-morning breeze.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Cerryl turned and began to walk toward his lancers, where dust already rose and mixed with the smell of horse droppings and cook-fire smoke.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Ferek turned from where he stood on the far side of the cook-fire ring, gnawing on a chunk of the dark meat, waiting for Cerryl's answer.

    Colors of Chaos

  • The cook looked down at the boot-packed ground around the stones of the cook-fire ring.

    Colors of Chaos

  • She did not recognize the woman rolling out dough on the tabletop, nor the boy turning the spit at the cook-fire.

    The Mad Ship

  • They walked through the drizzle to the cook-fire area, where Nylan got a slab of bread that Kyseen had tried to bake in a makeshift oven and some purple food concentrate.

    Fall of Angels

  • Saryn was by the cook-fire area, making an attempt to butcher a dead horse.

    Fall of Angels

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