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-[[Tarvu]]'s best friend and [[Tarvuist]] [[proffet]]. Sometimes called the Grandfather of [[Tarvuism]]. Translated the Holy Text of [[Tarvuism]], The [[Tarvunty]]. 
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//Amzamiviram. Detail of a painting by Tony Curtis.// //Amzamiviram. Detail of a painting by Tony Curtis.//
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 +[[Tarvu]]'s best friend and [[Tarvuist]] [[proffet]]. Sometimes called the Grandfather of [[Tarvuism]]. Translated the Holy Text of [[Tarvuism]], The [[Tarvunty]].
Amzamiviram was a bellringer, and later bell-designer, who went deaf in later life. The sound of Amzamiviram's tolling bells led [[Tarvu]] to dry land during his swim with [[Oobu]] the Octopus. Amzamiviram appeared many times in [[Tarvu]]'s life. It was said that Amzamiviram 'held [[Tarvu]]'s ear', i.e that Tarvu would listen to his opinion. This may well be true, as Amzamiviram was a very wise man indeed. Amzamiviram was a bellringer, and later bell-designer, who went deaf in later life. The sound of Amzamiviram's tolling bells led [[Tarvu]] to dry land during his swim with [[Oobu]] the Octopus. Amzamiviram appeared many times in [[Tarvu]]'s life. It was said that Amzamiviram 'held [[Tarvu]]'s ear', i.e that Tarvu would listen to his opinion. This may well be true, as Amzamiviram was a very wise man indeed.
 
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