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  • So we have the potential of an outlander becoming Master and that's very hard on the demense.

    Chalice by Robin McKinley

  • The demense of Willowlands has a new Chalice and the new Master is coming back from the priests of Fire.

    Chalice by Robin McKinley

  • What happened was, the Rebel attacked Limper's headquarters while he was away from his demense trying to undermine Soulcatcher.

    The White Rose

  • This time I entered her demense as she stood at a window opening on a world of wet gloom.

    The White Rose

  • She couldn't tell me much more, except that Juniper is the demense of a Duke Zimerlan, and he appealed to the Lady a year ago (just a while before the Captain's courier letter would have left Charm) for help solving a local problem.

    Shadows Linger

  • Yet he dreamed of ending the old killing ways, the traditional desert ways, at least in his own demense.

    The Fire In His Hands

  • i am going to bicycle to the chapel and hear a storyteller. if i have it in me i may also proceed on to the lair of jiji lurko and the house of the prince that lies beyond even that distant demense.

    robotsarered Diary Entry

  • You’re right that there needs to be an alternative to making the police the fall guys for failing to reverse a social situation way beyond the scope of their demense.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Immigrants and Nazis, Communists and Cardinals

  • I agree that it appears that the Congress has not properly governed it’s demense.

    Let DC Vote

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