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The time passed slowly and heavily. The wind was thin and searching. Gimli was
uneasy. 'What do you know of these horsemen, Aragorn?' he said. 'Do we sit here
waiting for sudden death?' 'I have been among them,' answered Aragorn.
'In the house of Eorl,' answered Hama. 'But Eomer I cannot spare, nor would he
stay,' said the king; 'and he is the last of that House.' 'I said not rtomer,' answered
Hama. 'And he is not the last. There is fiowyn, daughter of fiomund, his sister.
they answered. 'Why do you look out? Do you wish to see the greatness of our
army? We are the fighting Uruk-hai.' 'I looked out to see the dawn,' said Aragorn. '
What of the dawn?' they jeered. 'We are the Uruk-hai: we do not stop the fight for
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