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Creatures like walls and flects, who could survive but not progress on their own beyond a certain point, made great strides mentally when they functioned in harmony with and close proximity to more intelligent individuals like physicians.

The flects immediately realigned themselves to bounce the light around his bulk.

Instead of merely part­ing to let the travelers out, the walls formed a temporary arch of majestic proportions, while the flects produced a dazzling display of rainbows and beams of light.

Difficult to imagine two more different beings than a library and a warrior, or flect and physician.

Evan counted warriors, gatherers, walls, and flects, even slowly moving towers picking their way carefully through the crowd of their lesser relations.

Instead of merely parting to let the travelers out, the walls formed a temporary arch of majestic proportions, while the flects produced a dazzling display of rainbows and beams of light.

Instead of merely part-ing to let the travelers out, the walls formed a temporary arch of majestic proportions, while the flects produced a dazzling display of rainbows and beams of light.

A nice thought on her part, Piemur re flected, realistically aware that Menolly might not be able to distribute Beauty's eggs as she wished.

At the time, he'd considered it cheating somehow, but beyond a vague curiosity, had never thought of it again, that same prurient interest having de flected his curiosity into other, more immediate realms.

This child of Rakshi with its seemingly endless capacity for ruttingthis creature of the Ley, whose body healed with miraculous swiftness, had drawn Mikhyel dunMheric into the very pit of his own black nature that he had de flected all his life.