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"Dowsers," the wanderers had called them, and hired them at great expense as guides and augurers.
The Dark Queen Williams, Michael, 1952 Dec. 17- 1994
The augurers took it as one immutable sign, to add to the bloodtears of alder and vallenwood, to the pillared eruptions of campfire and forge, to the flight of the gods and the gods returning.
The Reign of Istar Weis, Margaret 1992
There can hardly be said to be professional augurers in Manóboland.