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  • Then she could pry up the bar on the centaur's stall, or start some devastating plant growing Except that she had no seeds.

    Labor Policy

  • King Omen laughed, able to grasp the spelling pun within the centaur's range.

    Labor Policy

  • Grundy leaped from above them, dropping to the centaur's back.

    Labor Policy

  • After all, the centaur's aisle of magic was essential to their welfare in Mundania.

    Labor Policy

  • Set - tling himself on the centaur's lifelike, chocolate-brown - haired back, the straw-haired young man waited for the ride to fill up with dwarves so that it could begin.


  • His club had grown into an oak tree, its roots embedded in what might have been the centaur's fist.

    Melliflua and the Fauns

  • I fear that centaur's optimism about the niche marketing of small ISPs who promise not to deep packet inspect or pimp data to Phorm etc, is misplaced.

    Tarring users with the same brush?

  • Drawing in the idea of a particularly potent man being “hung like a horse,” the ad implies that users of Old Spice body wash are not only “smart shoppers” and good “providers,” but also that they are heterosexual [notice the woman as prop, signifying the centaur's heteronormative orientation] dynamos in the sack [stall?] with really big penises!

    OLD SPICE BODY WASH AND PENIS SIZE » Sociological Images

  • Che didn't comment, and Surprise knew why: the centaur's unerring arrow would stop the golem regardless, by crippling him even if he couldn't die.

    Stork Naked

  • She in turn crashed into Che, and both she and the man wound up in a heap entangling the centaur's front legs.

    Stork Naked


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