Last Argument Of Kings: Book Three (The First Law)
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Life in Mannheim presents tremendous dangers, even in the most mundane of professions. Villages in the north do not "dot the countryside", but rather perch atop defensive locations, their palisades manned at all hours, with every able-bodied man ready to fight at a mom... Maurel, Chloé (2020), " " Mémoire du monde ", le registre de l'UNESCO répertoire des fonds d'archives remarquables du monde entier", Encyclopédie des historiographies: Afriques, Amériques, Asies, Presses de l’Inalco, pp.1157–1169, doi: 10.4000/books.pressesinalco.34461, ISBN 978-2-85831-344-0
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To those who are familiar with military structures and hierarchy, the structure of the Theist Church is remarkably similar to the command structures established by professional armies around Ea. It is perhaps only natural that the Theist Church has embraced the militari... Dow’s eyes lit up. ‘Plausible. That’s what y’are, Dogman. You’re one plausible bastard. I swear, you could’ve told ’em you was Skarling Hoodless his own self and they’d have believed it. Don’t know how you can keep a straight face!’
The Best Served Cold story arc (with characters Monza Murcatto, Nicomo Cosca, Castor Morveer, Friendly, Caul Shivers and Cas Shenkt):
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Meaning "To Rome and the World". A standard opening of Roman proclamations. Also a traditional blessing by the pope.Far Country is a near lawless frontier region to the north of the Old Empire and west of Starikland province. A reference to the phrase "Revenge is a dish best served cold," which originated with the French diplomat Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord.  From Gerhard Gerhards' (1466–1536) [better known as Erasmus] collection of annotated Adagia (1508). Latin translation of a classical Greek proverb. Generally means putting large effort in a necessarily fruitless enterprise. Compare " selling coal to Newcastle".