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Or Ugred has managed to give us more time by deferring an announcement.
It was Ugred, in the central communications and security section of the station, who could then send the coded message to those waiting to hear, and act upon it.
granted, it was possible to distinguish the buildings from the pedestrians: since the buildings did not move, everything that remained in place over a thousand sgs could be filtered out.
Tir Nan Og, as do all of us here in the Tir inna m Beo, the land of the living.
Behind him, the passage echoed to the wheels of the chariots of Lugh, Dove Berg, Angus Og, Eochy, Coll, Cecht, Mac greina, Mananaan, the whole host of the Sidhe, to hoofs of horses and running feet.
Weisbeck, Wayne Butt, Bruce Burnham, Ogren, gail gleasner, Alice goff, Nancy Catena, Patti Ann Rathke, ' f Dickke, Hilde Faxlanger, Faith Ryan, Sandy Bangs, Bette Pancoe, Kevin Koehler, Marvin McClenathan, Dottie Palmer, Chris Carr, Slosson, Deanna Diebold, Molly Eimer, Ray Kaiser, Rick Ludlow, Corky Castle, Charley Chriswell, Marian Mattiuzzio, Dino Calvo, Johnny Olinger, Reddy Heart--we miss you, we're thinking of you, we want to see you again, we love you.
Ogs took care of their Tinies and their sales, and they watched TK (he knew they were watching) from behind curtained windows, from within the tinted glass of automobiles, from sunlit positions on street corners or beside fragrant dumpsters.
He surmised that but for the urging of Peter Ng, his comprador, his chief and most trusted advisor, he might never have thought of it again.
You had to know him to know it was a flinch, but he was just on-alert all the time, schiz as hell, trying so damned hard, and sane enough to be scared, himself, that somebody was going to startle him and he was going to blow up—he held onto her and Musa like they were his lifeline, that was what he was doing at breakfast, with people asking him how he was doing, how's the head, Ng?
Then, as if that were not achievement enough, he finished his career as a soul musician, churning out a series of hits in the 1960s on the Stax record label with the backup group the Mgs.