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So, if you blease, do me the kindness for to gut me a small slice of ham. '
I had decided then to gut Praxinos like a fish, throat to groin, and throw his body into the river.
The men and women around the table—all of whom eyed him curiously, as Togger once more explained his presence—were to gut the fish and then pass them to someone who would sprinkle them with salt and pack them into one of the large barrels that mingled with the smaller ones.
Under his tunic Dace had the old thick-bladed spear-pointed knife he had used to gut and fillet the fish they had caught from his boat, the knife that had worked so quickly, so surely, though it looked so unsuited to its task.
Texas Red drew, and he was smooth and that meant he was fast, and he cocked as the gun came up, fired from instinct honed on practice, and sent a wad of lead to bang hard off and knock down José Mendoza’s black-plate chest, another to gut the black-plate belly of Frank Mendoza, and—dammit—a third which just missed Jimmy Mendoza in the black plate.