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"Jock, pay him." "For what?" "Pay him!" I now knew which one was boss—
although, as I was to learn, there was usually little doubt when Dak Broadbent
was in a room. The other fellow stood up quickly, still scowling, and counted out
to me a ...
"Jock? We expecting anybody?" "Probably Langston. He said he was going to try
to get over here before we left." Dubois started for the door. "It might not be him. It
might be — " I did not get to hear Broadbent say who he thought it might be as ...
Instead he wasted his first one on Jock and he never got a second one, as Dak
shot him neatly in the face. I had not even known Dak was armed. Deprived of his
weapon, the Martian did not attempt to escape. Dak bounced to his feet, slid up ...
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