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  • Among whom I beeyng a Scholasticall panion, obtestate your sublimitee to extoll myne infirmitee.

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  • I being a Scholasticall panion, obtestate your sublimitie, to extoll mine infirmitie.

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  • At first, he succeeded admirably, but disaffection set in and Brebeuf and his com-panion Father Chaumonot were severely beaten in an uprising.

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  • Too stunned by the news to pace, object, or do more than gape uncomprehendingly at his com-panion, Vaako could only blurt, "You mean, 'on Helion'?"

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  • Despite the immense dis'tances involved and the lesser Quasi-Dead's ability to relay only words, she thought she could see her com-panion thinking.

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  • For a moment the dwarf almost believed that his old com - panion would come to the door of his inn to greet them.

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  • Finally, he looked up, and, typically, his eyes went straight to Quark's com-panion.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • The other Knights paid their bill and left, bidding Caramon a polite good-day as they passed, but saying nothing to his com - panion.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • And indeed, it seemed obvious to Belster that his com - panion was in a much better mood now than when they had set out from Palmaris.


  • When Midalis finally looked away from the ranger, toward his com - panion, he saw that the distress had not left Liam's expression.



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