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  • I wondered if the Auspices would soon turn us away altogether, as was done in the temples of Lanx.

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  • I consulted my heart, as the Auspices of Crux examined the organs of birds for signs.

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  • King Thyrse and his sister disembarked to visit the temple of Ardor; before them down the gangway went rhapsodists playing praise songs, and behind them Auspices leading three offerings: a spotted cow, a ram, and a sort of deer with curving horns instead of antlers.

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  • I would rather owe allegiance to the dead one, Artifex, the one without temples and Auspices; Artifex who made our forebears.

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  • The clan had more than their share of priests, a whole troop of bald Auspices dedicated to Rift Warrior.

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  • Auspices made sacrifices and read the omens, for it was beholden on them to know the time and place of battle most favorable to our army.

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  • The Auspices of Crux were skilled in divining by the Sun, Moon, stars, weather, and birds—by anything that moved across the Heavens.

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  • M. Baradero of the Philippines (formerly of Kuwait from 2002 till 2009), would be investigated & would be done so without unfair (one-size-fits-all or), i.e. blind-leading-blind analyses, under the Auspices of the Interior

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  • The king offered Rift Warrior a gelding in sacrifice, and his Auspices pulled the entrails through a slit in the hide and pronounced the omens favorable for battle.

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  • This is a mystery Auspices ponder; it was never for me to try to comprehend.

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