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His eyes rest blankly on the rough-dressed ceiling beams as the wind moans, and the distant surf whispers against the base of the cliffs.
Fifteen hard-faced, rough-dressed men, all with shaved heads and topknots not to mention bloodstains, oiling and sharpening blades, laughing as one recounted how another had almost been spitted like a lamb well, they had a most salutary effect.
The cottages were low, made of rough-dressed stone, and a man could not stand upright in most of the small houses.
All she could see was part of a heap of rough-dressed stone.
The first firebolt arcs out of the grass and drops into the fort " slamming into the side of a building where flames lick at the rough-dressed log wall.