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  • It occurred to Paul, then, that the making of Halleck’s scar had been accompanied by pain — a pain as intense, perhaps, as that inflicted by a Reverend Mother.
  • He had known this fact as a by-the-way thing while reading the note that had accompanied the ducal signet in the pack.
  • "Would you accompany me to my chambers, Feyd?" the Baron asked.
  • Paul ignored the question, seeing Gurney return accompanied by two Fremen who supported a captive Sardaukar.
  • A flurry of robes, scraping of feet, low-voiced commands and protests accompanied obedience to Paul’s command.
  • Paul nodded for his mother to accompany him, led the way down off the ledge and through the throng toward the central passage and the living chambers that had been prepared there.
  • The reports stated clearly that he was accompanied by a new Reverend Mother of the Sayyadina Rite "who is the woman who bore him."
  • Four of the daughters accompanied him into retirement.

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  • The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.

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