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  • This be because we be amicable persons, accus - tomed to accommodation and sacrifice, while the Adverse and Contrary folk be perverse and greedy, accustomed to yielding naught but under force or threat.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Bane, accus - tomed in youth to the clothing of Phaze, had never com - pletely adjusted to the nudity of Proton serfs.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Now the right style for me here was to keep low like in frog-dancing to protect litso and glazzies, and this I did, brothers, so that poor old Dim was a malenky bit surprised, him being accus - tomed to the straight face-on lash lash lash.

    Where's the show?

  • Men have tomed heavily symbolic scrapings; The Bible, Koran, Constition.


  • The mother, with a freedom more amiably great than the Italian ladies are accus-tomed to express, bid her Clementina regard as her fourth brother, the preserver of the third.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • He spoke in a clear, precise voice that carried, as if he were accus-tomed to addressing people in the open air rather than within a classroom.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • Her eyes, peering helplessly at him, were filled with unaccus - tomed terror.

    Flint, the King

  • "Frankly, I'm for whatever makes me money," she said, sen - sually running her hands down her tailored leather apron, a far cry from the coarse cloth their mother had been accus - tomed to wearing.

    Flint, the King

  • He was a man of huge appetites, and he was accus - tomed to satisfying them when he chose.

    Ilse Witch

  • Being located on a bustling road that was the major route from northern Ansalon to all points south, Solace was accus tomed to entertaining travelers, but that was not the reason few noticed the arrival of Antimodes.

    The Soulforge


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