And by his manner, Kynes was a proud man, accustomed to freedom, his tongue and his manner guarded only by his own suspicions.
You serve potent drink at table, and I’m not accustomed to it.
It was a royal voice, accustomed to command.
They’re accustomed to seeing the future, Paul thought.
As Muad’Dib himself said: "I am here; so …. " It is, however, vital to an understanding of Muad’Dib’s religious impact that you never lose sight of one fact: the Fremen were a desert people whose entire ancestry was accustomed to hostile landscapes.
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