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=Tamar

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It strikes me that "Soon Shine Sun" is a kenning for dawn, or possibly Dawn or Don. Unless it's "cloudy, clearing later in the day."

Soon Shine Sun => Nanny Ogg
 

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Nanny Ogg => Gleam Street

(...wherein is found The Bucket, where many watchmen go for a drink after work. Or during work. Or maybe before work?) ;)
 

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Teatime => Edward d'Eath ;)

(...like the Count on Sesame Street. "One assassin -- ah, ah, ah. Two assassins -- ah, ah, arggghhh" ... *he is assassinated, laughter dies away in a gurgle*) ;)
 

=Tamar

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Isle of Gods => Samuel Vimes, Blackboard Inspector
 

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Ee, Lost City Of => Fflergant

(...when the Deep-downer grags spoil a wedding, he kills them because
they didn't bring a present and didn't wipe their feet on the doormat.
;) See "Raising Steam", pp 51-2. ;)

P.S. To anyone who hasn't read "Raising Steam" - shame on you for reading
fake
spoilers.) :p
 

=Tamar

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The only one who is actually addressed as "Ladyship".
(not "Ladship" as you typoed it...)

Place Where The Sun Does Not Shine => Eric
 

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