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No, sir. I was the first one who predicted there would be trouble over this antimatter shipment. I feel as if this is my case. " Sisko nodded. "Count me in, too," said O'Brien. Sisko shook his head. "I'm sorry, Chief, but I need you here. If Dax and I were--delayed--we would need at least one ranking Federation officer here. " He turned to Kira. "That's it. Major, you are in charge until we get back. " The Bajoran smiled. " The commander motioned to his tiny crew and headed for the turbolift.
Well, at least her reprieved stu- dents were enjoying themselves, even if she wasn't. With her gloved hands, the petite woman of Asian descent continued scraping burn residue off a large chunk of mangled metal into a small plastic pouch. Miles and one of his Bajoran assistants were crouched about twenty meters away, scouring the sand for bits of the bomb casing that had scattered in the explo- sion. Keiko tried not to let her mind wander, but this was tedious, brain-numbing work. Still, it was a break from her routine.
The Ferengi grinned and rubbed his hands together. "Of course, Lieutenant, we could work out a sort of barter system. I can get you plenty of these, if you would just consent to--" "Thank you," said Dax, cutting him off. " Quark shrugged, as if there was no harm in asking, then scurried off. Kira sighed impatiently. "I wonder if he has a holosuite program where I could bash his head in? Anyway, Dax, I can tell you what I think we ought to do. I don't think we should wait until the antimatter arrives and the Hannibal is officially launched.