By Poul Anderson
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He's hauled in Kossara and young Dominic and Hans and--how many more? I can be left to wait his convenience. He rallied. Self-pity! First sign of senility? Squash it, fellow. You've got health, money, power, friends, women, interesting work that you can even claim is of some importance if you want to. Your breakfast is being prepared by none less than Chives--He glanced at his watch, whistled, and made haste to the dining room. The Shalmuan, met him at the entrance. "Excuse me, sir," he said, and reached up to adjust the sunburst on its ribbon before he seated his master and went to bring the food.
But a man in my kind of position has ways of learning things if he's interested. " Flandry quelled a wince, for that episode had cost him heavily. "Oh, but I'm afraid we do," he said. "Their Intelligence apparatus suffered severe damage, true. However, nothing else did, and they're hard at work rebuilding it. " Cairncross' gaze probed and probed. " Flandry returned the look. Cairncross was tall and broad, with a tigerish suppleness to his movements. His face was wide on a wedge-shaped cranium, Roman-nosed, thin-lipped, fully de-bearded.
Therefore surely she caught updrafts, rode the buffeting airs that the slide hurled before it, crashed bruised and bleeding but not truly wounded in her body, down onto a ridge above the path of destruction. What she knew, at first, was nothing but a noise that should break the world apart, blindness, choked throat, tumbling well-nigh helpless--being tossed against raw rock and clawing herself fast while chaos raged--finally, silence, but for the ringing in her ears; and pain; and dazedly rising to stare.
A Stone In Heaven by Poul Anderson