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Mr. Commissioner Boothroyd was a Humanity Party appointee, of course, as
were all of his staff except for civil service technical employees. But Dak had told
me that it was at least sixty-forty that Boothroyd had not had a finger in the plot;
I knew Boothroyd had children and that one of them was about this age and sex; I
did not know— perhaps Rog and Penny did not know— whether or not I had ever
met her. Boothroyd himself saved me. "You haven't met my daughter Deirdre, ...
Hans Haslwanter," he answered reluctantly. "Mr. Haslwanter, if you will call Mr.
Commissioner Boothroyd, I'll speak to him and we can save my pilot a trip out to
the field— and save me an hour or more of time." "Uh, I wouldn't like to do that, sir
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