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  • We saw a Cosian tarnsman over the city. “Ar is doomed, ” said a man.

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  • "I, too, have heard it said," I said, "that Talena was once a slave, and I have heard it said, as well, that even now she wears on her thigh the mark of Treve, a souvenir of her former bondage to a tarnsman of that city."

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  • Will you fear high bridges, and roofs, and promenades, because you fear that loop of a tarnsman tightening on your body, dragging you into the sky, his capture?

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  • Will you fear high bridges, and roofs, and promenades, because you fear the loop of a tarnsman tightening on your body, dragging you into the sky, his capture?

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  • "You are generous, indeed, tarnsman, " said the attendant, backing away now.

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  • It is not uncommon then for the tarnsman to hood or blindfold them.

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  • I then, with a piece of scarflike cloth taken from my pouch, a wind veil, sometimes bound across (pg. 133) the mouth and nostrils of a tarnsman, usually at high altitudes, blindfolded her.

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  • This signifies not only the location of the inn, and its amenities, but also a safe approach, one unimpeded by tarn wire, for a tarnsman, or a tarnsman with tarn basket.

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  • We saw a tarnsman streaking by, coming from the direction of the river, in flight over the piers, speeding toward the landing, or the citadel.

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  • It seemed to me that my chances of successfully delivering the message to Aemilianus, whatever might be its contents, might be improved if it were borne not by tarnsman but by one afoot, one who might, say, among mercenaries, or civilians, mix inconspicuously.

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