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==General==
 
==General==
  
Milsa is the wife of Zeram, a bootmaker in Blue Car Street, Far Madding.
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Milsa is the wife of [[Zeram]], a bootmaker in [[Blue Carp Street]], [[Far Madding]].
  
 
After all of their children have been married, Milsa rents their top floor to anyone who does not mind being locked in at night.
 
After all of their children have been married, Milsa rents their top floor to anyone who does not mind being locked in at night.
  
(Reference: Winter's Heart, Chapter 33)
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(Reference: {{wh2|Chapter 33}})
 
 
  
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
  
"Milsa had stairs put in right up to the third floor, so it's private, but she wouldn't pay for having a new door cut as well, so the stairs come out in the shop, and she's not trusting enough to leave that unlocked at night." (A man selling meat pies to Rand; Winter Heart, Chapter 33)
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"Milsa had stairs put in right up to the third floor, so it's private, but she wouldn't pay for having a new door cut as well, so the stairs come out in the shop, and she's not trusting enough to leave that unlocked at night." (A man selling meat pies to [[Rand]]; {{wh2|Chapter 33}})
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:21, 20 October 2010

Author: Kyria d'Oreyn

General

Milsa is the wife of Zeram, a bootmaker in Blue Carp Street, Far Madding.

After all of their children have been married, Milsa rents their top floor to anyone who does not mind being locked in at night.

(Reference: Winter's Heart, Chapter 33)

Quotes

"Milsa had stairs put in right up to the third floor, so it's private, but she wouldn't pay for having a new door cut as well, so the stairs come out in the shop, and she's not trusting enough to leave that unlocked at night." (A man selling meat pies to Rand; Winter's Heart, Chapter 33)