Mommyish editor-in-chief koa Beck wrote an open letter encouraging the ex-sorority sister to apply for their paid internship.
Rip started to his feet, but koa's hand on his arm restrained him.
The fire we see proceeds undoubtedly from one of them—koa, perhaps.
"We have one advantage we didn't have back in the asteroid belt," he remarked to koa.
He sensed the strength in koa's big fist as it closed over his.
"It's Terra base calling on the communicator, sir," koa reported.
He started to mention it to koa just as the telescreen lit up.
koa, he knew, had checked everything, but the final responsibility was his.
koa sensed the urgency in his voice and got the instruments himself.
Rip let most of the air out of the suit, then fought for breath until the pain in his arm told him that koa had succeeded.
he-camel, occurs only in Ezek. 23:23, some province or place in the Babylonian empire, used in this passage along with Shoa (q.v.).