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“As the opening bells of "Barry Horowitz" rang, the 320-pound, ginger-bearded behemoth patted himself on the back before launching off the proverbial turnbuckle onto wack emcees.”
“He was big and ginger-bearded, one of those highly professional hosts with a memory for names and faces, and he spoke English.”
“He has barely dismounted and tied the gelding to the bronze ring of the innermost hitching post, before a ginger-bearded, balding, and young-faced captain steps out of the narrow doorway and toward Lorn.”
“The Cyadoran force has ridden another two kays or so when the younger, ginger-bearded scout rides up.”
“Cerryl nodded to the ginger-bearded Redark as the two passed in the foyer of the main Hall.”
“Another man, swinging a sabre, his belt undone, scabbard banging against his leg, charged around the rubble and after the ginger-bearded and vested man.”
“He could sense the smile hidden behind the bland expression of interest shown by Leyladin, but he nodded at the ginger-bearded overmage to continue.”
“That ... it is hard to believe ..." stammered the ginger-bearded overmage.”
“Cerryl favored the ginger-bearded overmage with a smile.”
“Esaak gestured toward the green-eyed and ginger-bearded Redark.”
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