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  • The blade itself was sharp enough to cut wherhide, as was demonstrated by the proud Smiths.

    Dragon's Fire

  • Inside the new blue-stained wherhide boots Pellar was quite pleased to find clean socks.

    Dragon's Fire

  • What he really wanted was a wherry foolish to fly into one of his large aerial traps -- wherhide would make an excellent drumhead -- but he'd settle for one of the larger furbeasts.

    Dragon's Fire

  • In front, perched on the rattling bench seat, Zist had a thick wherhide blanket spread over his knees and layers of warm thick-knit Tillek sweaters, the same as those used by the Tillek sailors because they kept out the worst of the wet and cold even at sea.

    Dragon's Fire

  • "I'm to study drum with Master Olodkey, and Menolly asked me could I ride runners, and Master Robinton said I was to ask you for wherhide."

    Dragon Drums

  • He began to unbelt his wherhide jacket before he released the riding strap and noticed that Menolly was as quick to strip helmet, gloves and jacket.

    Dragon Drums

  • Sharra had a wherhide jacket with her, but he had nothing to shield him from lacerations.

    Dragon Drums

  • Now, take this tray back to Silvina and ask her to fit you out with wherhide.

    Dragon Drums

  • Gingerly settling the seat of his now well-softened wherhide pants onto the pad, Piemur was relieved to feel no discomfort from his tail bones as the creature moved off.

    Dragon Drums

  • "You don't need wherhide on the drumheight!" exclaimed Piemur.

    Dragon Drums

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