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“Being my first dip into this universe, any additional WH40K world-building the story may have had -- beyond the Thunder Wolves being driven by duty and honor and riding battle-augmented beasts with steel-like fur that acts as armor (How cool is that?) -- was lost on me.”
“She held out her arms for him to place the wrap about her -- her valiant little arms that were so wise and steel-like in battling with the breakers, and that yet were such just mere-woman's arms, round and warm and white, delicious as a woman's arms should be, with the canny muscles, masking under soft-roundness of contour and fine smooth skin, capable of being flexed at will by the will of her.”
“He was a very reserved man, and his natural inhibition was large in quantity and steel-like in quality.”
“Behind every steel-like contraction of a muscle, lay another steel-like contraction, and another, and another, apparently without end.”
“His grey eyes seemed metallic and steel-like as they flashed upon the crowd.”
“While in prison he underwent experiments that gave him steel-like skin and superhuman strength.”
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“But he made no sound and, except for the steel-like hardening of the muscles of his shoulder beneath her hand, gave no other sign of the pain she knew he had to feel.”
“Their wealth might have faded and their steel-like bodies grown softer, but their legacy is intact.”
“Tireless and strong, the muscles of her arms already as hard and ropey as those of the men she labored with, Esmeralda probably would have given up the best years of her life battling the steel-like stalks of sugar-cane.”
“I still think of a very hard steel-like material, but I had a thought that could support the diamond.”
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