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  • Darian had been suitably impressed when he'd been told; this new herd established Tyrsell at the very top of herd hierarchy, a kind of dyheli Great Lord of State.

    Owlsight

  • And Firesong and Elspeth came stumbling through, followed by Nyara and Skif, the dyheli, the birds, and the two Companions, one of whom carried Darkwind on her back, and dragged a slab of wood.

    Widows and Orphans

  • Surely dyheli used the hot springs, so why not the Companions?

    Widows and Orphans

  • The snow-white dyheli stag that had brought him to the Vale waited beside him, as still as any marble statue.

    Widows and Orphans

  • Fortunately, after the gryphons, even the dyheli and Nyara didn't seem to cause too much consternation.

    Widows and Orphans

  • But those heavy bones and dense muscles pulled them right through the mire, and their dun-brown coats didn't show mud as badly as Firesong's white dyheli or the Companions-all of which were smeared and splattered up to their bellies.

    Widows and Orphans

  • The gryphons were conducted off to the chapel-chapels seemed to be the only rooms suitable to their size-the Companions and dyheli taken to the stables and a promised hot mash and rubdown.

    Widows and Orphans

  • "There isn't anyone in all of Hardorn except Falconsbane who'd recognize a bondbird, a dyheli, or Nyara, and Falconsbane isn't likely to be patronizing a carnival."

    Widows and Orphans

  • You layer the dyheli the same way; top is the way it really looks, under that is a donkey.

    Widows and Orphans

  • His mount was a dyheli, but one with gilded horns, ribbons woven in his tail, and mismatched bells jangling all over some kind of harness as bright and tasteless as the rider's robes.

    Widows and Orphans

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