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Through Sten Runeberg, to whom she had sent a letter, she had a ticket. However, coming as she did from a primitive world of basically terrestroid biochemistry, she must get a checkup at a clinic licensed to renew her medical certificate. That was a ridiculous formality--even had she been exposed in shirtsleeves to Ramnu, no germ there could have lived a minute in her bloodstream--but the bureaucrats of Terra were adamant unless you held rank or title. Equally absurd, she thought, was the quasi-necessity of updating her wardrobe.
The witch outmaneuvered me, Cairncross thought. I have the self-confidence to realize that. She'd written to Runeberg in care of the spaceship he used in his business; no bug could escape the safety inspections there. She'd arrived unannounced and gone straight to his place. The ducal government lacked facilities to monitor every slightly distrusted site continuously; tapes were scanned at intervals. Given reasonable luck, Abrams would have been in and out of Hermes well before Cairncross knew.
Hai-ah, it'd have been closed down before you were born, if Ramnu didn't happen to have some value to Hermetian industry. " "We've wasted time on that battleground in the past," she snapped. Her tone softened. "I don't want to quarrel, Sten. You mean well, I know. " "I care about you, my very dear friend," he said. And it hurt you from the start to learn what I'd lost, she did not answer aloud. My marriage--Already established in the profession when he took a fresh graduate from the Galactic Academy for his bride, Feodor Sumarokov had seen their appointments to Ramnu as a steppingstone to higher positions; when he left after three years, she would not.
A Stone In Heaven by Poul Anderson