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  • The continent of Drevlin was flat and featureless, a hunk of what the mensch called "coralite" floating in the Maelstrom.

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  • The soft, shimmering glow of the coralite was lost in the brighter light of hundreds of campfires.

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  • Clutching the small lapis and chalcedony box in her hand, she hastened up the coralite steps.

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  • Giant hailstones continued pounding the ship's hull and the lightning blasted three holes in the coralite during the brief time Haplo stood and watched.

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  • All races have tried to develop various means of catching and containing the water by sealing up the coralite, but, because the coralite is essentially a living entity, undergoing constant alteration, these have met with only mediocre success.

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  • A pumicelike substance made from ground coralite, grise is often mixed with headroot, an herb with a strong, but not offensive odor, used to kill lice, fleas, ticks, and other vermin.

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  • Several coralite boulders were behaving in a most extraordinary manner.

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  • Jarre stood some distance away from him, staring in awe at the coralite isle floating in the pearl-blue sky.

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  • Outside of its formidable-looking fortress, it had little else to recommend it being mostly covered with the scraggry brush known as dwarf-shrub, so named because it looked somewhat like a dwarfs thick, russet beard and because once it dug its way into the coralite, it was almost impossible to uproot.

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  • "Not long," he said, assisting her to sit on a large outgrowth of coralite.

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