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  • I suspect her of treachery
  • I have ofttimes met your treachery and this all men know.’
  • It is to see a plan of the most exquisite treachery: to make Leto exchange Caladan for Dune — and without alternative because the Emperor orders it.
  • All it took was treachery.
  • With a self-accusing bitterness, he faced the thought of the soldier-fanatics and the Imperial treachery they represented.
  • Killed your gladiator man to man and in spite of treachery.
  • Let there be treachery in Hawat’s mind, he thought.
  • "It was Harkonnen treachery," someone hissed.
  • There were Duncan Idaho, the Swordmaster of the Ginaz; Dr. Wellington Yueh, a name black in treachery but bright in knowledge; the Lady Jessica, who guided her son in the Bene Gesserit Way, and — of course — the Duke Leto, whose qualities as a father have long been overlooked.
  • His own Mentat assessment of the data told him how little chance he had ever to present evidence of this treachery before the High Council of the Landsraad where justice might be done.
  • His enemies had their own plans within plans, their own stacked treacheries.
  • And the Emperor — what he wouldn’t give to learn an Atreides still lives despite his treachery.
  • They had one weapon left and both knew it: treachery.
  • In the moment of his triumph, he saw the death prepared for him, yet he accepted the treachery.
  • He realizes that I know of the treachery, Paul thought.
  • Treachery within treachery within treachery, Paul reminded himself.
  • Treachery within treachery within treachery, Paul reminded himself.
  • Treachery within treachery within treachery, Paul reminded himself.
  • His death is attributed to the treachery of a Suk doctor, and is an act laid to the Siridar-Baron, Vladimir Harkonnen.
  • DICTUM FAMILIA: that rule of the Great Convention which prohibits the slaying of a royal person or member of a Great House by informal treachery.
  • And this yokel duke, this back-world adventurer could not possibly be a match for a Harkonnen trained in every device and every treachery by a thousand arena combats.
  • Treachery!
  • The evidence we have is Yueh’s own message to us admitting his treachery," Paul said.

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  • Benedict Arnold remains the U.S.’s symbol of ultimate treachery.
  • She was going to get an award for bravery when she should really be kicked out of the Smoke for treachery.
    Scott Westerfeld  --  Uglies

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