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used in The Crystal Shard

6 uses
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to conform to rules or the wishes of others
  • He complied with the feeling and watched in amazement as the dimension within the depths of one of the mirrors in the room suddenly swirled in a gray fog.
    Book 1 — Ten-TOwns (41% in)
  • Normally, the great beast would have ignored such a weak call; certainly the summoner hadn't demonstrated any ability of sufficient strength to compel the demon to comply.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (11% in)
  • The older man obviously had faith that the impressive young warrior could comply with the demands.
    Book 3 — Cryshal-Tirith (24% in)
  • With the desire to kill blotting out any semblance of reason, the dimwitted invaders readily complied, assuming, that their greater numbers were pushing the dwarves back into a corner.
    Book 3 — Cryshal-Tirith (32% in)
  • Or maybe Akar Kessell simply perceives the strength of his advantage and knows that we have no choice but to comply.
    Book 3 — Cryshal-Tirith (58% in)
  • He understood the sacrifice Guenhwyvar had made for his sake, and he wished that he could comply with the cat's needs and send it back to its own world.
    Book 3 — Cryshal-Tirith (64% in)

There are no more uses of "compliance" in The Crystal Shard.

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