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She rolled her eyes, but both Dougal and Clud nodded quite seriously, as if this was a perfectly natural conclusion for any man to reach.

Clud nodded, waited a respectful moment or so, then Clud nudged him and Dougal cleared his throat.

Dougal and Clud at a hilly crosspath midisland and headed this way, leaving them to go on back to town while she explored.

She smiled in remembrance of Clud in his neon green-and-black body suit.

Gwawl the son of Clud, a man of great power and wealth, and because of the word thou hast spoken, bestow me upon him lest shame befall thee.

Then Gwawl the son of Clud set out to the feast that was prepared for him, and he came to the palace, and was received there with rejoicing.

And when he knew that the carousal after the meat had begun, he went towards the hall, and when he came into the hall, he saluted Gwawl the son of Clud, and his company, both men and women.

And it was to avenge Gwawl the son of Clud, from the friendship I had towards him, that I cast the charm.

And on third thought, Cyrus Clud had an enormous selection of condoms, far more than she would have expected for a small, independent pharmacy.

Wal-Mart or a chain pharmacy, but Barbara Clud is one of the biggest gossips in town, and she always tells what their customers bought.

Look at her attitude toward Barbara Clud, the gossiping bitch: That was just the way Barbara was, so if you went to that pharmacy, you had to expect her to tell what you bought.

He clutched the clock by its roof, swinging it back and forth indifferently, not hearing the cluds and clunks from inside it, or the occasional strangled sound that might have been the bird trying to escape, not noticing when one of the counterweights smacked the end of an old bed, snapped off, and went rolling beneath, leaving a deep trail in the undisturbed dust of years.

Then Gawl, the son of Clud, set out to the feast that was prepared for him.

And it was to avenge Gawl, the son of Clud, from the friendship that I had towards him, that I cast the charm.

And upon Pryderi did I avenge Gawl, the son of Clud, for the game of Badger in the Bag, that Pwyll, the son of Auwyn, played upon him.