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  • She looked up into Loran's dark face and wondered how long the girl had been there.

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  • The last time Tocasia visited Penregon, Loran's mother had made it quite clear that Loran should curb such foolish endeavors as rooting around in the dust for scraps of metal.

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  • He thought of Loran's notes, and he thought of Harbin.

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  • Loran's lips compressed in a thin line; then the girl nodded and vanished.

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  • Tocasia watched Loran's retreating form, clad in the cream - colored working shift that most female students labored in.

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  • When she had been young her hair had been longer and almost as dark and luxuriant as Loran's.

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  • Loran's hair was long, dark, and thick, making her exotic among most of her compatriots.

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  • They got the ornithopter back to the camp two days before Loran's arrival, and Tocasia was glad to see the look on the young noblewoman's face when she saw the tattered remains.

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  • To Loran's surprise, there were some from Korlis and Yotia as well, and some dwarves from the Sardian Mountains who did not trust Urza and the Argivians.

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  • Loran's arrival, and Tocasia was glad to see the look on the young noblewoman's face when she saw the tattered remains.

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