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  • "Familiars," I have a photograph of Kurt lying on the sofa with Pumpkin, our late Lhasa Apso, sleeping on his tummy, and Kurt, too, is taking a nap.

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  • Dubbed the "Familiars" these cards are still widely used today.

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  • Richard sat in his computer chair with a copy of D. J. Conway's "Animal Magick: The Art of Recognizing and Working with Familiars" open in his lap.

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  • So I started looking through issues of Dragon Magazine and found a chapter called “Familiars by Artifice” in Dragon #377.

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  • The transgenics do not have this issue, and are able to use factional splits, and even Ames White, via his missing son, to cause a lot of problems for the Familiars.

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  • No one has yet mentioned Fran Dolan's _Dangerous Familiars_; also, her edition of Taming of the Shrew for Bedford includes other contemporary works related to shrews, wife beating, etc.

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  • Kingdom of Loathing update: Familiars up to a combined 363 pounds.

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  • We even had a witch to greet the treaters, with her Familiars.

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  • Pa was, at first, in the stirred depths of his conscience, so far from sure of being safe yet, that he made out majestic matrons lurking in ambush among the harmless trees of Greenwich Park, and seemed to see a stately countenance tied up in a well-known pockethandkerchief glooming down at him from a window of the Observatory, where the Familiars of the

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  • I-- he's in my "Writers and Their Familiars" postcard book with his dachshund Jed.

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