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  • Finally he offered the pipe to the mikko and, taking a lit brand from the fire, held it while Egret sucked the pipe to life.

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  • The youth stepped forward, circled us, and presented Egret with the stick.

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  • Egret, like so many, considered his warriors the best in the world.

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  • Egret seemed much too delighted with his new toys.

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  • When all was done, Egret invited us to sit while the boys produced wooden plates.

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  • And had enough trade to entice Egret into thinking that honoring the Power of trade was worth it.

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  • There we saw a beautiful Great Egret (Adrea alba), and a snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) coming up for air.

    "I'd rather be a forest than a street..."

  • The tide was coming in, and there were several species of birds fishing among the rocks at the water's edge, including cormorants (Phalacorax auritus), a couple of examples of something that most resembled a Great Egret (Ardea alba), and the usual assortment of gulls, though we did spot a few Laughing Gulls (Larus atricilla), which we don't often see.

    One Afternoon in Connecticut

  • Egret seemed to be weighing something down deep in his souls, then he smiled.

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  • Egret lugged his booty up to the palace, then proceeded to tour the town, one of the too-tight Kristiano shirts pulled over his expanding belly, the Kristiano sword swinging before him like a flail.

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