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  • "Ill Met in Elvera" by Chris Roberson, which features the first meeting of Hieronymus Bonaventure and Balam, and serves to bridge the gap between the end of Set the Seas on Fire and the duo's entrance in the pages of Paragaea: A Planetary Romance.

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  • But Elvera stuck by him, even when he was sentenced to not more than five years in the Kansas State Penitentiary in Lansing for bigamy.

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  • The women compared notes and learned of his time in prison and of Elvera.

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  • Elvera was listed as sole administrator of the nursing home through 1986.

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  • It assimilates, if we think of the inhabitants of Elvera --

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  • Or that catastrophes have occurred: that fragments of Elvera have fallen to this earth:

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  • The inhabitants of Monstrator and Elvera were primitives, I think, at the time of their occasional visits to this earth -- though, of course, in

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  • Monstrator and Elvera and Azuria crossed telescopic fields of vision, and were not even seen -- because it wouldn't be proper to see them; it wouldn't be respectable, and it wouldn't be respectful: it would be insulting to old bones to see them: it would bring on evil influences from the relics of St. Isaac to see them.

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