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The guard was apparently the one who had been speaking. “This child will survive, sir, because we will keep working until we save him,” Bashir said in his most commanding voice, though he remained bent over his small patient. ” Uncertain how the guard would react, he tried to keep his breathing steady. Bashir knew that if the man were to try to physically remove him, his patient would almost certainly die. 6 (approximately one week earlier…) Every time he stepped into the expansive chamber, Leonard James Akaar felt an almost primal apprehension.
Was she always this condescending? Or had he gotten on her bad side when he’d asked about her recall? “Thank you, Councillor zh’Thane,” he said, concealing his irritation behind a stoicism perfected by long decades of practice. ” M’Relle of Cait asked, his tail twitching absently near his right shoulder. The graceful felinoid seemed unaware of the tension between zh’Thane and Akaar. “So far, Councillor M’Relle, neither the Federation Council nor Starfleet Command has revealed anything the Trill government has requested be kept secret,” Akaar replied.
The Tellarite’s stern gaze fell directly upon Akaar. If Gleer had expected Akaar to flinch, he was disappointed. ” Gleer snorted. “I should think my meaning is obvious. I’d like to know how we can be certain that the parasite crisis is indeed over. After all, twelve years ago—after the creatures temporarily seized control of Starfleet Command—the threat was thought to be ended. But this year they’ve managed to return, popping up on Bajor of all places. ” The perspicacity of Gleer’s words was underscored by a renewed barrage of cross talk that erupted across the chamber.