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  • He moved his foreclaw along the glass case of pistols, counting them off: one, two, three, four.

    2009 July « Items of Interest

  • Slicing through his shirt with my foreclaw, I cut all the way through the flesh below, pulling it back, exposing the sternum and pectoral muscles beneath.

    Crossed

  • It poked one foreclaw out and curled it over and over, beckoning them to follow it into the intricate maze of bushes beyond it known as the labyrinth.

    Aphrodite the Beauty

  • The man screamed shrilly, writhing in what must have been incredible pain, for Kel's talons had wrapped right around the protective shoulder plates and penetrated the joints between them and the rest of the armor, and the thumb-talon of the other foreclaw was surely right through the stomach.

    Elephant in the City

  • He flashed a toothy grimace and waved a foreclaw toward the console, which still showed the mysterious presence beyond the camp's perimeter.

    Phule me twice

  • He waved his foreclaw, and an assistant turned on a view screen.

    Phule me twice

  • Kelvren slapped his foreclaw to his chest in what Darian thought must be a salute.

    Owlsight

  • With his foreclaw the gryphon picked up the bag which he put down in front of Darian.

    Owlflight

  • "I see," said Kalkon, carefully scooting a blue rook along the board with a long foreclaw.

    The Dragons at War

  • He barged in the front door, readied a foreclaw and grabbed the first person wearing a Silver Gryphon badge that he saw, explaining what he wanted in a tone that implied he would macerate anyone who denied it to him.

    The Silver Gryphon

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