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Future lunar colonists could use this water to make breathable oxygen, drinkable water, and perhaps most important, rocket fuel.
Months passed and the promised rescue ship with fresh supplies and more colonists never appeared.
Later, the colonists dug up some graves and robbed some food caches.
That’s true even though, for the colonists and their descendants, 1620 was not much more than a blip in colonial history.
Initially when the Mayflower arrived in Patuxet, which the passengers later renamed Plymouth, the relationship between the colonists and the Wampanoag was one of co-existence.
One powerful colonist alone refused to obey: Mem de Sa ordered his house to be surrounded and instantly levelled with the ground.
For the merman turned and caught at Dalgard, pulling the larger colonist along a step or two with the urgency of his grip.
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If these mermen had not seen a colonist before, he might resemble Those Others in their eyes.
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About the other's narrow hips was slung a belt from which hung pouches and tools the primitive colonist could not evaluate.
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He was not going to allow himself to be pushed onto anything foolish, whether this "colonist" could read his mind or not.
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