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  • Though there was no reason to think any'thing dangerous was passing above them, they eyed the ceiling instinctively.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • He was not the kind to offer up any'thing freely-not even information.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Besides, carrying out a quick check couldn't hurt any'thing, and those were the best, most reassuring kind to make.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • And no "slave" on the Prastaran estates had ever been a slave in any'thing but name.

    Elvenborn

  • "Kyrtian won't actually be doing any'thing, not unless he decides that there's nothing to be found in that library, and by then the whole Council will have had a chance to sit."

    Elvenborn

  • That shocked Gel; he'd heard rumors that some of the Old Lords had the ability to tamper with another Elvenlord's mind and memory, but this was the first time anyone had said any'thing that confirmed what he had privately thought was a rather wild tale.

    Elvenborn

  • These days she didn't trust that any'thing had been done properly unless she herself had run a criti-cal eye over it.

    Elvenborn

  • He wondered why the other fighters didn't say any'thing to him-or at least, to Kaeth Jared.

    Elvenborn

  • The Trader clans had a set of firm agreements with the Wizards, and it wasn't as if he could have expected any'thing new out of two envoys to these odd, ebony-skinned folk.

    Elvenborn

  • Keman scrabbled up the rock-pile at the entrance first, with no regard for niceties, dislodging any'thing that was loose in his haste to get out.

    Elvenborn

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