“Some reflection enabled him to shrug off Atticus’s criticisms of his own conduct—how could he know what problems Antony faced anent Octavian?”
“ Our ferrocrete hulls could shrug off anything that a traditional, Thirteenth Century ship could throw at us, our upper decks were five yards higher than those of the tallest wooden ship, so boarding was nearly impossible, and being faster and not at the mercy of the wind, we could always ram them.”
“Occasionally, one would gather up his winnings or shrug off his losses and make his way to the adjacent room known as the Ladies’ Parlor—each “lady” young and charming and beautifully gowned, and smelling of Hungary Water or Devrey’s Elixir of Violets.”
“And while I would simply shrug off the additional expense,”
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