“Clean the floor.” She turned, on her knees, bent over, to regard him.

“Clean the floor.”
She turned, on her knees, bent over, to regard him.
“Now,” said Peisistratus.
She then began to lap the water from the floor.
“The floor is still damp,” observed Pyrrhus.
“Girl,” said Peisistratus, in English, “the floor is still damp.”
She put down her head and, using her hair, dried the floor, as she could.

Kur of Gor, p. 247

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