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The Prince of the Weather-Geats was impatient to be away and plunged suddenly. (1492-1493)
She lunged and clutched and managed to catch him in her brutal grip; but his body for all that remained unscathed. (1501-1503)
But he soon found that his battle-torch extinguished: the shining blade refused to bite. (1522-1524)
The sure-footed fighter fell daunted, the strongest of warriors stumbled and fell. (1543-1544)
Then he saw a blade that boded well, a sword in her armory, an ancient heirloom from the days of the giants, an ideal weapon, that any warrior would envy. (1557-1560)
A resolute blow that bit deep into her neck-bone and severed it entirely, toppling the doomed house of her flesh; she fell to the floor. (1565-1568)
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