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  • I felt her tharlarion page 85 quirt at the side of my face, indicating I should keep my head forward.

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  • On the way, in order to make all haste, you will be tied, still manacled, on the back of a tharlarion.

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  • Perhaps, if she did it well, no one would notice that she was really only a small, soft, shapely, lovely creature, one whose natural destiny would be found quite elsewhere than in the saddle of a tharlarion, at the head of troops.

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  • Some men then, near the back of the hall, using poles, brought in a giant vat of tharlarion oil, mounted over a large, flattish, curved-edge iron plate.

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  • Then, in their grip, still in place, held now again below her, she in the high saddle of the tharlarion, I looked up at the Lady Yanina.

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  • "Mainly Petrucchio's wagon, I would suppose, " I said. -and his tharlarion.

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  • A rider, mounted on a high tharlarion, flanked by two footmen, had been approaching.

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  • The small tharlarion-oil lamp had been placed in such a way that no shadow would be cast by it of a figure entering through the curtain.

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  • His two footmen were in the background, a few yards away, where the tharlarion was tethered.

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  • I think it was something about frying them in tarsk grease or boiling them alive in tharlarion oil, I am not really sure.

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