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"You Dennitzans, human and zmay -- ychan -- you don't strike me as hesitant people," Flandry remarked.
Those in front of her were simply clad, shirts, trousers, shoes on the men, a tunic on the zmay.
"Are you sure, then, the gain to us can justify a deed which someday will make lovers of beauty, seekers of knowledge, curse our names?" the zmay demanded.
Dennitza has its own culture, deep-rooted, virile, alien to Terra and rather contemptuous thereof -- a culture influenced by Merseia, both directly and through the, uh, zmay element in your population.
The old zmay was welcome company, not least because he knew when to be silent.
He said to Kossara and her fellow humans: "It's not for an old zmay to tell you wise heads how to handle a clutch of xenos.