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'They could have that,' murmured Dykstra. 'Fatherhood, I mean.' 'Kids?'
Hawthorne was startled. 'On Venus?' A look of exultant triumph flickered across
Dykstra's face. Hawthorne, reverting to the sensitivity of intimate years, knew that
Wim Dykstra and Jimmy Cheng-tung had returned earlier than most, with armfuls
of recording meters. Hawthorne knew in a general way what they were doing. By
seismographs, sonic probes, core studies, mineral analyses, measurements of ...
Dykstra was harder to read, his face flickered from one expression to the next.
Finally he got very busy lighting a new cigarette. When the silence had become
too much, Hawthorne said, 'Well?' in a cracked tone. 'This does indeed put
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