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The Daily Pic: At art's cattle market, Joel Kyack provides simple pleasure.
The fire was a heap of gray ashes except for its red-hot center: the kyack was in gloom.
The kyack was quite in the shadow now, yet she dared not attempt its theft until the three men were asleep.
The contents of the kyack meant life to herself and to Ben,—deliverance and safety when all seemed lost.
Still trying to hold the kyack of food that meant life to Ben, she turned and darted into the shadows.
She intended to steal the kyack of dried meat without which Ben and herself could not live.