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  • These credentials had been loaned to me by a fellow down whose throat I had stuffed enough Tassa powder to put a kailiauk under for several Ahn. To make sure I had also thrust him, tightly bound and effectively gagged, almost as perfectly as though he might have been a female slave, into a closet.

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  • On the table too, she placed small spoons of silver from Tharna for use with the black wine, and at each place, a kailiauk-horn-handled eating prong from distant Tura.

    Rogue Of Gor

  • Her long, dark hair had already been combed with an antique, yellow, stained comb of kailiauk horn.

    Guardsman Of Gor

  • Yesterday afternoon two seamen had reenameled the kailiauk head at the prow with brown, and the eyes with white and black.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • "The one with the size and temper of a kailiauk," he said.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • Sometimes, however, the stone is carved to resemble a tiny kailiauk or kailiauk head.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • The line which Shoka now tied around her crossed wrists was already strung through a large, metal, gold-painted ring, one of two, which were mounted in the huge wooden ears of the kailiauk head which, high above the water, surmounted the prow.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • The impassive, painted eyes, white and black-pupiled, of the huge, brown kailiauk head at the prow now gazed upon the harbor of Schendi.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • Then she looked up, uneasily, at the ring in the ear of the kailiauk head, that proud adornment surmounting the prow of the Palms of Schendi, through which her wrist rope was strung.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • "Schendi," said he, "is like a flower at the feet of a kailiauk."

    Explorers Of Gor

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