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appropriate
used in The Mark of Athena

2 uses
  • Piper didn't understand how all that stuff could fit through the entrance of the horn, but she thought the hams were especially appropriate.
    p. 350.9
  • Two hundred feet long, with a bronze-plated hull, mounted repeating crossbows fore and aft, a flaming metal dragon for a figurehead, and two rotating ballistae amidships that could fire explosive bolts powerful enough to blast through concrete .... well, it wasn't the most appropriate ride for a meet-and-greet with the neighbors.
    p. 4.4

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