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Krak

[krahk] /krɑk/
noun
1.
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  • Why, then—but Krak ended my musings by whisking me out of bed.

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  • Surely I would, for Krak's coming put the crown of completeness on the occasion.

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  • I'm rather glad, you know, that Krak hasn't been softened by age.

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  • I did as he told me; then the crowd began to go away, and Krak said it was bedtime.

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  • Dearest of all gifts of sovereignty would be the power of defying Krak.

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  • There was a pause; no doubt Krak's face expressed a surprised protest.

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  • I did not live to bastinado Krak; nor would I now had I the power.

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  • "God did not make you a king for your own pleasure," returned Krak solemnly.

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  • Krak had, of course, risen, and stood now listening with a heavy frown.

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  • I do more justice to Krak now; then I did not appreciate the change in her demeanour.

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