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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of dahlinger

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  1. not for Dahlinger's ears. And neither did he think it wise to explain to Dahlinger the
  2. but very womanly gazing back. He saw Trippe look at Dahlinger, Dahlinger glare at Trippe,
  3. viewscreen he glanced dolefully across the room at his crew: the curly-headed young Dahlinger
  4. But Dahlinger was out before him, standing waist high in the grass and heaving deep lungfuls
  5. No. You're the first, Trav. Dahlinger whooped. Travis relaxed slightly
  6. Like a striped-tailed ape, Dahlinger chortled. Man, you should see the boss handle a ship.
  7. Tell me what? Now Dahlinger and Trippe both realized it and were suddenly silent.
  8. over. I'll tell you on the way in. The heck with that, Dahlinger said indignantly,
  9. man wants to see right now. Dahlinger started to say something but Travis
  10. shut him up. He told Trippe to stay with the ship and took Dahlinger with him. At the end
  11. going to be tough. He glanced at Dahlinger. The kid was wearing a stunned expression,
  12. Easy, Travis said, glancing at Dahlinger. But the kid's ears perked.
  13. Travis sat for a long while in the chair. Dahlinger muttered something very bitter about
  14. work, there's a key! He shooed Dahlinger out of the room. The young
  15. beautiful, sat worshipfully at his feet dressed in a pair of Dahlinger's pajamas. Both Trippe
  16. and Dahlinger were regarding him with wonder and delight, and as he sat gazing down at
  17. Dahlinger whooped. They didn't know they had one!
  18. been discovered. He paused once again while Dahlinger and Trippe