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  • “Before his trip to Verine, what color were Gabriel's eyes?”

    Out of Love and Obligation

  • Guilt gnawed at her because she hadn't been able to protect Gabriel in Verine, hadn't been able to travel that far from the place where she'd died.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • “He was blinded when he was caught spying in Verine.”

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Prince Constantine did promise you the position as his master-of-spies when you returned from Verine.

    Out of Love and Obligation

  • “Varian,” Mikhail repeated slowly, “has been arrested as Verine spy.”

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • And you all know the bounty His Highness is paying for spies, especially those from Verine.

    Out of Love and Obligation

  • “Has Gabriel ever said anything about his time in Verine?”

    Out of Love and Obligation

  • Yes, I'm from Verine, but I came to Onienis when I was very young.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Madame Verine a second time; he greeted her with all ceremony, and then he sat down on a little stiff chair and explained his business in his own brief, dry way.

    A Dozen Ways Of Love

  • Madame Verine thought so too, and with great astonishment, and even some apologies, gave away her daughter with grateful smiles.

    A Dozen Ways Of Love

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