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  • If a little wisdom drifts within him, he knows as well that no kauwa nation can long survive, once the landfolk go on hunt.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • "We landfolk have trouble and need dolphin help," Jim said.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • "We landfolk have trouble and need dolphin help, " Jim said.

    First Fall

  • At most, landfolk ships may be conceded a limited right of transit-provided the sea people agree.

    Ensign Flandry

  • Until the Merseians began giving the Seatrolls equipment and advice and the landfolk were driven back.

    Ensign Flandry

  • And" "The great blue shape glided off to the end of the tank-" he looks pretty, but he is no kin of you or me or the landfolk. "

    Ensign Flandry

  • So, too, was the intoxicating sequel: that he, Dominic Flandry, was no longer a wet-eared youngster but appreciated as he deserved, promised a citation, as the hero of all Kursoviki, the one man who could talk the landfolk into attempting peace.

    Ensign Flandry

  • Nevertheless the landfolk have consistently encroached.

    Ensign Flandry

  • At any rate, they gave some landfolk chemical depth bombs and told them where to sail and drop them.

    Ensign Flandry

  • They evolved there, it is their environment, it is not essential to the landfolk.

    Ensign Flandry

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