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  • Before he could get his bearings and pull himself out of the vision — to go where? — there was a foglike swirl and he stood in front of a hide-covered hut, watching helplessly as five rough-garbed soldiers dragged a dark-haired girl from the building.

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven

  • No one came out to observe their departure, but Domar felt he could sense their eyes upon his back, peering out from the hide-covered doorways or from behind the screen of cooking fires.

    Caribou House « A Fly in Amber

  • All of the damaged buildings had been replaced, but not with the wooden, thatched, or hide-covered roofs that had been in place before.

    The Shattering

  • Lying on her side with her eyelids growing heavier, Lucy watched him walk over to a ring of stones, where he lit a fire and sat down next to his hide-covered drum.


  • Otherwise it is a simple, boxy room with hard wood floors, interesting green hide-covered tables, and leather swivel chairs.


  • Defensive armor they had none, save for a crude shield of hide-covered wood; many had worked bits of metal into their tangled manes as a slight protection against sword-cuts.

    People of the Dark

  • On his left arm he carried a small round shield of hide-covered wood, hard as iron, braced and reinforced with steel, and having a short, heavy spike in the center.

    People of the Dark

  • The door was tightly shut, and a mass of flies milled over the hide-covered window.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • He carried a small, round, hide-covered shield and a short two-edged sword.

    The Metal Monster

  • Sabin parried with the shield and heard the thud of the blade against the hide-covered linden wood.

    The Falcons of Montabard


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