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  • He had said no word of B-nezet's bridle, and his visit to the Horse Fair stable, in presenting the mute witness of Tutilo's breviary.

    The Holy Thief

  • B-nezet saw them, checked violently, and swung his mount aside into the narrow road that turned left between the mill-pond and the river, southwestward into the fringes of the Long Forest, into deep cover on the quickest way into Wales.

    The Holy Thief

  • And might not B-nezet have passed on all his gleanings to R'my, as he did to you?

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  • Even R'my of Pertuis, forgetting the tenderness of his throat, went with B-nezet to penetrate every corner of the Horse Fair stable and the loft over it, from which sanctuary the translated relics of Saint Elerius and certain minor treasures had already been reclaimed.

    The Holy Thief

  • "That was the load from the altar there?" asked B-nezet, and thrust his way through to look more closely.

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  • His best horse, his own riding horse, was still lame, according to his man B-nezet, who had the charge of the horses, and daily plashed impassively through the shallows of the court to tend them in the stable at the Horse Fair.

    The Holy Thief

  • Only when Cadfael had left her, to keep a watch on the gatehouse for Hugh's coming, did she turn her gaze upon B-nezet.

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  • B-nezet let him go, and sat for some moments considering what he had heard, before he rose at leisure, and walked back thoughtfully to the guesthall.

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  • If B-nezet heard Jerome baying his knowledge abroad, how many more, I wonder, learned of it before night?

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  • B-nezet overheard Prior Robert and Brother Jerome talking about it, and he came and told me.

    The Holy Thief

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