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Agat got up and rejoined Wattock. "Look, tie this up, will you, to stop the bleeding.
— What's wrong with Pilotson?" Rolery brought cloth and tape. Wattock
bandaged Agat's hand with a couple of expert turns. "Alterra," he said, "I don't
'Rolery went back to her job, for the hurt men needed attention and Wattock had
no other assistant. And what pod would it do to go seek out Agat up there in the
bloody snow and the noise and haste, to tell him, before he was Hled, that a mad
"So you think we've finally turned into a drop in the bucket, Wattock?" Pilotson
had raised up on his elbow. His dark eyes glittered in his gaunt, hot, dark face. "If
you and several of the others do have infected wounds, then the fact's got to be ...
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