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The robass was automatically veering farther east to escape the permanent
source of radiation which had been the first cyclotron. Thomas fingered his coat.
The combination of ten small buttons and one large made for a peculiar fashion;
but it ...
as the robass plunged directly into a heavy thicket of bushes. 'Coordinates say so
,' the robass stated tersely. For a moment Thomas felt like the man in the nursery
rhyme who fell into a bramble bush and scratched out both his eyes. Then the ...
'No,' said the robass. 'But I will show you why Aquin could never be mummified.'
He raised his articulated foreleg and brought its hoof down hard on the hand of
the body. Thomas cried out with horror at the sacrilege - then stared hard at the ...
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