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  • Deefer took others off to see if there might not be a few plump wherries in the hills; they would make a nice change from the tough herdbeast meat, the supply of which was now virtually exhausted.

    Artichoke

  • He could hear himself snuffling like a sick herdbeast.

    The Ringworld Throne

  • The poor herdbeast, once all-powerful, now all alone, rejected by his kind.

    The Ringworld Throne

  • Deefer took others off to see if there might not be a few plump wherries in the hills; they would make a nice change from the tough herdbeast meat, the supply of which was now virtually ex - hausted.

    Nerilka's Story

  • Certainly Ramoth with her yellow flashing eyes and restless foot-shifting, wing-rustling, was a far picture from the gentle concern female herdbeast or runners showed their offspring.

    Dragon Drums

  • Ah well, there were more ways of skinning a herdbeast than shaving him with a table-knife.

    Dragon Drums

  • Five drudges, two of them women in such grimy brown-gray rags that F'lar hoped they had had nothing to do with the preparation of the meal, staggered in under the emplattered herdbeast.

    DragonFlight

  • The yelping canines were already lashed to the spitrun, turning a scrawny herdbeast that had been set to roast.

    DragonFlight

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