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  • But as the rim of New Bishop grew and flattened on the screen, the golden ring was no thicker than before, a hard scintillant line scratched across space.

    Tides Of Light

  • As Argonas reached out, his pudgy fingers curling round the goblet, Mothac noted that each finger boasted a golden ring set with a gem.

    Lion Of Macedon

  • Quintus Lutatius Catulus Caesar was one of those old-guard senators who refused to wear a golden ring as an insignia of his senatorship; instead, he wore the ancient iron ring all senators had once worn, so when he moved his right hand imperiously at the ogling men filling the room, his index finger didn’t flash a yellow beam — it wrote a dull grey blur upon the air.

    The First Man in Rome

  • When the question of her marriage was being discussed in presence of the king, the saintly Bishop of Noyon, Eligius, as if by inspiration, presented Godeberta with a golden ring and expressed the hope that she might devote her life to the service of God.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Then he took a golden ring from the pouch at his side and placed it in Zidantas’ mouth, a gift for the Ferryman of Hades to carry him across the dark river.

    Lord of the Silver Bow


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