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The curse of this world. And we could stop it and all its kind. Whatever becomes of us and our Empire, we could be remembered as saviors, redeemers, for the next million years. But the Duke will not listen. " "Yes. And they have children, who may well not survive what's coming down from the north," Abrams said. " Tendons stood forth in her neck. "None of it! " After more silence, she straightened, turned around, said quite calmly: "Well, I'm done with him. This has been the last thing necessary to decide me.
That impression dies hard, doesn't it? I was moderately close to Hans. After he died, Dietrich consulted me now and then, but not frequently. " "These days, I have what amounts to a roving commission, and I can call on resources of the Corps. " Cairncross exclaimed. "See here. What I want is an investigation that will exonerate me and turn up whatever traitors are nested in Hermes. It would look peculiar if I suddenly appeared before the Policy Board and demanded this; it would damage me politically at home, as you can well imagine.
Men found him genial when he was in the right mood, though always somewhat overawing, and terrifying when he grew angry. He had no close friends, but was generally considered to be trustworthy and a just master. He was an ardent sportsman, hunter, crack shot; he piloted his own spacecraft and had explored lethally unterrestroid environments; he was an excellent amateur cabinetmaker; his tastes were fairly simple, except that he enjoyed and understood wine; distilled beverages he consumed a bit heavily, without showing any effects; he was not known to use more drugs than alcohol-- Flandry decided to receive him in this office.