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I began to notice a change in her emotions when she was near me — sometimes there was fear ... and malice — the same feelings that had given me advance warning when Nettie and Lucy struck.
"Well, the directors had agreed," Pugmire said uneasily, conscious of everyone listening, particularly Haply, one half of him ecstatic with the vastly improved offer, the other furious that he, too, had had no advance warning so he could have bought in heavily.
With her canny ways, and for all the advance warning of this contingent of Scrow, Candle ought to have known he was coming.