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Manfred had spent a great deal of time there, I knew, taking commissions for guns, delivering the finished products, and doing small jobs of repair.
The solid, blocklike Manfred grinned, revealing slightly skew solid blocklike teeth in a jaw whose musculature matched the rest of him.
The permanent floating meatspace party Manfred is hooking up with is a strange attractor for some of the American exiles cluttering up the cities of Europe this decade not trustafarians, but honest-to-God political dissidents, draft dodgers, and terminal outsourcing victims.
Manfred leans forward, one elbow on the table, one eye focused on innerspace as a hot-burning thread of consciousness barks psephological performance metrics at him, analyzing the game ahead.
Manfred leans forward, one elbow on the table, one eye focused on inner space as a hot-burning thread of consciousness barks psephological performance metrics at him, analysing the game ahead.
She wiped tears from her cheeks and swung back to look at him, with his work-scarred hands and an undistinguished but good-natured face that made her think of poor Manfred, killed at Gent.
Manfred pulls out his backup phone and stares at its megapixel display.
When Manfred can see the outside world again he feels a bit more like himself: he can, at least, spawn a search thread that will resynchronize and fill him in on what it found.
Old Fox, second son of Valdosta, friend to the Doge, brother to the Young Lion, confidant of Prince Manfred.
Herr Professor Doktor Karl Manfred, wearing an identification tag that assigned him to the Karl Marx University of Leipzig in the Deutsche Demokratische Republik--in other words, Communist East Germany--stood by the bulletin board of the Danish ship Absalom and stared at a beautifully colored poster of three-quarters naked folk dancers prancing on a turfy field and cursed Danish ships, Danish sailors, Denmark and all its works.
Now, Ora Lee kept these cameos for at least a year, not wanting them thrown away, as they were very pretty, and then she gave them to Manfred, who tried to give them to Camille.
She wouldn't touch the cameos, but Manfred kept them, and now and then he was seen taking them out and looking at them and mumbling to himself.
Flarety, stopped calling on Manfred for his wicked ways, and by the time I was ten, by the time the Old Man gave me the cameos, he was pretty much just a pitiful slobbering old creature, raving at the empty air and trying to hail with his cane anyone who chanced to pass the door.
Maybe it won't amount to much -- say, just putting her cameos into the case in the living room with a special card explaining they belonged to a famous love of Manfred Blackwood.
Manfred could not afford to have Lothar dressed like a coloured labourer wandering vaguely around the house, coming into his study uninvited when he had important visitors with him, slobbering his food and making inane statements at the dinner table when he was entertaining.