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  • Also recruited are Speaker-to-Animals, a kzin, which is a large feline war-like alien; and Teela Brown, a young woman descended from five generations of winners of the Birthright Lotteries and so supposed to be very lucky.

    2009 Reading Challenge #1 – Ringworld, Larry Niven « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

  • The kzin is war-like, and the puppeteer is cowardly.

    2009 Reading Challenge #1 – Ringworld, Larry Niven « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

  • They make wonderful police, but they can't react every time a kzin makes a human nervous.

    Crashlander

  • I eased two inches to the right, very slowly, to put myself between the tube and the kzin cop.

    Crashlander

  • That kzin is a cop, and nobody knows how good their hearing is.

    Crashlander

  • The corner of my eye caught a clerk's hands (human) opening the case and reaching in for that smaller tube, with a grip built for a kzin child.

    Crashlander

  • Its drive must be either a reactionless drive, like his own, or a kzin-style induced-gravity drive.

    A Hole In Space

  • But spacefarers, especially nonhuman spacefarers with less of a grudge or none, traveling from Wunderland to neutral planets, might well have passed details on to their kzin counterparts in the course of meetings.

    Inconstant Star

  • Nordbo had risen, too, less out of deference, for he realized that at present the kzin wouldn't notice or care, than because he couldn't endure being towered over by those devils.

    Inconstant Star

  • Coming up, spin, his speed suddenly lessening his weight, the kzin-definitely not a veteran of space-went by too fast to change direction at once.

    Inconstant Star

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