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  • Since you can't see the object, it's dif - ficult to focus your magic on it.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • It was dif - ficult enough coming to grips with the idea of making a journey that would take him halfway around the world.

    Ilse Witch

  • The confession was, ficult to make, not because she wasn't comple certain of its truth, but because it left her so vuh able.

    Father Unknown

  • "We should be past it tonight," the captain said curtly, but even though he was an Arachnia, with dif-ficult-to-read intonations, Alaire sensed some tension in his words.

    Escape From Roksamur

  • Amid heat and smoke and dense vegetation it was dif-ficult for Ranji to tell Crigolit from Ashregan, Ashregan from Massood, Humans from his friends.

    The False Mirror

  • Those animals are dif-ficult to train, very hard to replace. '

    The White Ninja

  • Look, "he added angrily," all this has been very dif - ficult for me, you know.

    The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul

  • This was dif - ficult, because her girlfingers lacked the musical coor - dination of her horn, and her girlmouth could play only one note at a time, or adjacent notes.

    Robot Adept

  • Now you are about to learn how to open the more dif - ficult locking mechanisms-some of the other 25 percent of the locks used today.

    Secrets Of Lock Picking

  • The cylinder will be dif - ficult to turn because you may be shearing the tumbler springs that have fallen down past the cylinder's shear line.

    Secrets Of Lock Picking

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