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The word itself derives from the Czech word “robota,” or forced labor, as done by serfs.
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"Fergan must have remained behind in the quarry where he cuts stone," remarked another serf.
The bailiff having finished his reading, beckoned to a serf named Peter the Lame.
The imprecations and the foot-falls of the serf alone interrupted the silence of the night.
Accidentally the bailiff caught sight of the blind serf, mutilated of his four limbs.
The young serf had a somberer and wilder look, her tears had dried, but her eyes shot lightning.
The serf, without noticing the presence of the sorceress, devoured Colombaik with his eyes.
Suddenly the female serf heard from afar a great tumult, caused by the approach of a large crowd of people.
And rising to his feet, while his wife and child followed his movements with uneasy eyes, the serf approached Neroweg.
"This miserable serf has gone crazy," muttered the seigneur of Plouernel to himself.

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