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>When the user read "strike the [Enter] key" he didn't strike it as he
>had Percy's solar plexus when he heard what Percy had done to Josephine,
>nor, when he read "press [F1] for help," did he press the key as his
>lips had Josephine's. No, he stroked those keys with small efficient
>motions of his fingertips, the tiny but devastating motions that the
>Contessa had taught him on those stolen nights in the dungeon before the
>revolution, barely moving his wrists as he mastered the intricate
>delicacy of the software.