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  • She felt bi'nelle dasada flowing through her again, for the first time since that awful day, but instead of bringing back all the bad memories and fears and sense of loss, it felt to Pony as if she were with her lover again.

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  • This was bi'nelle dasada; and in it, the only movement in the retreat was in the legs, while the torso remained balanced and on center.

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  • "Perhaps you and she can find a way to adapt the To-gai-ru riding style with bi'nelle dasada."

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  • Inside she was the gentle huntress, the friend of deer and rabbit, and yet she was also a savage warrior, able to turn on primal instincts for survival when the elves brought her out for training in bi'nelle dasada.

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  • But then Juraviel remembered the first time he had seen the two fighting together within bi'nelle dasada, battling goblins on a hillock above a trapped wagon caravan.

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  • He understood that the young man hadn't intentionally said anything wrong, but the mere mention of bi'nelle dasada, the secret elven fighting technique, opened a wound.

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  • "I expect much from one who has learned bi'nelle dasada," she said.

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  • "Jilseponie is strong and swift with the sword, strong in bi'nelle dasada, as was her teacher," Dasslerond explained.

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  • He remembered all his days with the young man, training him, bringing him along in his understanding of the elven way of seeing the world, and teaching him bi'nelle dasada.

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  • Juraviel dared to ask, "For did he not fail in his vow as ranger, in teaching bi'nelle dasada?"

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