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  • "He but just passed in," replied the padwar, "saying that he was O-Tar's messenger."

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • "Ah, O-Tar, but that is as nothing!" cried a young padwar who had come in command of the escort that brought Ghek.

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • They had spoken of it casually as something that would, as a matter of course, take place in the indefinite future, as, for instance, his promotion in the navy, in which he was now a padwar; or the set functions of the court of her grandfather, Tardos Mors, Jeddak of Helium; or Death.

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • The padwar commanding them saluted U-Dor who, with his party, had halted facing the guard.

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • The outlook was anything but promising, and the young padwar wished that he had died before ever he had had to speak the words he now must speak.

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • Tasor an under-padwar in the guard of O-Tar, Jeddak of Manator!

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • O-Tar was exhorting his warriors to attack, when a bloody and disheveled padwar burst into the chamber through a side entrance.

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • The girl did not reply, nor would she speak again, for all his threats and rage, for she knew now that none in all Manator dared harm her save O-Tar, the jeddak, and after a while the padwar left, taking his men with him.

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • "To whom would you deliver it?" asked the padwar of the guard.

    The Chessmen of Mars

  • Djor Kantos, son of Kantos Kan, and a padwar of the fifth utan joined us when his utan reached the opening through which the men were fleeing.

    The Gods of Mars

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