Usage examples of "calot".
He would take a word like calot, for instance, and keep repeating it over and over just as though he were carrying on a conversation.
But when the voice said, “I’ll bet he’s out for a week, the dirty Invak calot,” I did turn around, for I knew no Invak had made a remark like that.
Less than an hour later Calot would be incinerated beneath a wave of blue fire, and ravens would be answering Tattersail's despairing scream.
She sensed immediately the presence of power, what Calot called smell.
If, as Hairlock had just implied, the High Fist was being betrayed by someone, somewhere, and if Tayschrenn was part of it… we're a bent bougb, Calot had once said of Onearm's Host, and beware the Empire wben it breaks.
She reeled back, brought up short by Calot as he added his Mockra power to bolster her faltering parries.
A wash of crackling heat from where Calot had stood sent her tumbling to one side.
The thought of challen ng Tayschrenn in a direct confrontation appealed to her sense of outrage and - if the High Mage had killed Calot - her feeling of betrayal.
Pain and fear had been shaping her soul all her life, but her time with Calot had been another kind of shaping, something light, happy, pleasantly floating.
And then Kulan Tith told of the savage calot that fought beside me, and after that I saw suspicion in the eyes of Matai Shang-- or did I but imagine it?
And then Kulan Tith told of the savage calot that fought beside me, and after that I saw suspicion in the eyes of Matai Shang -- or did I but imagine it?
But when the voice said, "I'll bet he's out for a week, the dirty Invak calot," I did turn around, for I knew no Invak had made a remark like that.
Dazed though I was, I stumbled to my feet and staggered back to Woola's assistance, to find his savage antagonist circling ten feet above the ground, beating madly at the clinging calot with all six powerful legs.
We had traversed the entire way without mishap or adventure, and though the few we had met had eyed the great calot wonderingly, none had pierced the red pigment with which I had smoothly smeared every square inch of my body.