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  • n. Plural form of caravaneer.


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  • The caravan leader, Korikana — known as Kori to the caravaneers — was a small man.

    Voice of the Gods

  • ‘Are you thinking of the sailors, caravaneers or mercenaries the Hyksos employ in this region?’

    The War of the Crowns

  • The caravaneers unloaded the donkeys under the protection of mercenaries paid by the Hyksos.

    The War of the Crowns

  • The caravaneers had gotten the horses settled down.

    An Ill Fate Marshalling

  • The caravaneers scattered -- except those rooted in fear.

    An Ill Fate Marshalling

  • I, though, I lack time to teach him the ins and outs, the rules and customs and traditions peculiar to Tadmor, as well as the basic practicalities-especially where it comes to making shipments, to dealing with caravaneers.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • Dalmady had pleaded for time and had grudgingly been granted it, since the caravaneers did value their trade with him.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • “We have here a Master of caravaneers,” the monarch said.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • But the caravaneers must have been in the place for some days and showed no intention of moving on, for their arrangements had been made with the idea of permanent comfort.

    The Camp Fire Girls at Sunrise Hill

  • We laughed, of course, for caravaneers are ever the prey of sun mirages, and legends are dear to their souls.

    Walls of Acid


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