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“The victorious but spent fanners and craftsfolk retreated through the shattered gate to the fringe of the forest, leaving the terminal cleansing of the monastery to the rampaging pit bull-bull.”
“Using his own singular duar as a template, with the aid of Lynchbany's finest craftsfolk he and Clothahump had fashioned the new instrument as a gift for Buncan's twelfth birthday.”
“There's very little interpretation of our own work not just our jobs, but all work we do or others' as the work of craftsfolk.”
“Such thefts were too danger-ous now and, in fact, had been forbidden by the tenuous treaty that the Elvenlords had agreed to with them-but the Wizards were not craftsfolk or terribly successful farmers.”
“Their Protestant neighbors are harmless craftsfolk but …”
“Already the bazaar was teeming with traders and farmers and craftsfolk hawking their produce.”
“They were shown the vast underground storehouses and fungi farms, the workshops where Swick craftsfolk turned out superb works in leather and in fabric woven from desert fibers, the narrow-bore but deep wells that brought cool water up from unsuspected pools deep beneath the dune, and the extensive stables for the care and breeding of running birds and other small domesticated creatures.”
“These craftsfolk survived beneath the notice of the wealthier merchants and traders who dominated the commerce of the south coast of Premmois.”
“The rest of the Moshaine followed at a run, algai'd'siswai and wives and children, jumping down on the fly, craftsfolk and traders and gai'shain, most pulling heavily loaded packhorses and mules, near to six thousand altogether.”
“The old craftsfolk took on apprentices so that their own skills lived on.”
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