“What did you pay for me?” I asked.

“What did you pay for me?” I asked.
“Surely you recall,” he said.
“It was two and fifty,” I said, “but I do not know, really, what that means.”
“Two silver tarsks,” he said, “and fifty copper tarsks, not tarsk bits, but tarsks, whole tarsks.”

Dancer of Gor, p. 239

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