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  • You see, McCoy, the yegemot are actually descended from domestic animals that our ancestors bred to human shape ages ago.

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • When you first told me that cockeyed theory about the yegemot being bred up from domestic animals, I went right out and collected tissue samples from various corpses, victims of the bombardments, both yegemot and your own kind.

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • Has it ever happened that a yegemot has, um, mated with a human and produced young?

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • Just feast your eyes on that row of healthy, young yegemot.

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • "Then a … yegemot may achieve as high a level of competence in some field or profession as possible and still not be accepted as one of you?"

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • Even the yegemot, whose defiance had already diminished as their numbers dwindled at Sealon hands, became quiet, waiting uncertainly for the next move from the deadly invader hidden beneath the seas.

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • One of them—Pellison, the best of the lot—said, "Sir, Dr. McCoy, it's only a yegemot."

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • I suppose I—we—would be willing to accept a small degree of participation in the government by the yegemot, since we seem to have little choice, were it not for one insurmountable difficulty.

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • Such children are considered to be yegemot themselves.

    The Trellisane Confrontation

  • Unfortunately, that sort of biological skill has been long lost to us, but fortunately the yegemot breed true.

    The Trellisane Confrontation

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