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  • Haughty nords used their labor but made no effort to integrate them.

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  • Whether dreamy runaways, failed adults, or fugitives from justice, occasionally nords asked to join a Train.

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  • Aeneans, especially nords, who couldn't go along with return of Elders, might well support Firstman of Ilion in throwin 'off Terran yoke.

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  • They averaged a bit taller than tinerans, shorter than nords, the build stocky, skin tawny, hair deep black where age had not bleached it.

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  • The nords were never interested ... albeit I confess the Companions never made any proposal to them.

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  • Upon a platform three girls danced, and though their performance was free and small-town nords were supposed to be close with a libra, coins glittered in arcs toward their leaping feet.

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  • Number of their young men take service with nords for several years, to earn stake; they've high talent for water dowsin ', which bears out what I said earlier about mutations among them.

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  • They weren't startled; most nords would have done the same.

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  • (Beneath were the tunics, trousers, and half-boots worn by both sexes-among nords, anyhow-except on full-dress occasions when women revived antique skirts.)

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  • After all, there were local and individual variations within the region; besides, this young man might well be back from several years 'service among nords who had influenced him.

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