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  • adj. Of or relating to Dido

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Examples

  • That Didonian societies were technologically primitive proved nothing; human ones were, until a geologically infinitesimal moment ago, and Terra was an easier globe on which to find lawfulness in nature.

    The Day of Their Return

  • And Didonian many-in-one gives us clue to what they became; yes, they may have started that very line of evolution themselves.

    The Day of Their Return

  • Jaan has human brain, human body; and in fact, Elders thought mainly in terms of Didonian finding their treasure.

    The Day of Their Return

  • But the Didonian was not truly intelligent until its-no, heesh's'three members were joined.

    The Day of Their Return

  • Above hung two excellent views, one of a Didonian, one of Aeneas seen from space, tawny-red, green - and blue-mottled, north polar cap as white as the streamers of ice-cloud.

    The Day of Their Return

  • "However, I wouldn't suppose a Didonian exactly enjoys losing a unit; and heesh must have the usual desire to avoid pain."

    The Rebel Worlds

  • The xenologists must have worked out different pidgins for the different linguistic families: noises that a Terran epiglottis can wrap itself around, on a semantic pattern that a Didonian can comprehend.

    The Rebel Worlds

  • Under the influence of noga and krippo, the Didonian had actually begun looking forward to adventuring in his service.

    The Rebel Worlds

  • Given scientific direction, the inborn Didonian adaptability showed quick results.

    The Rebel Worlds

  • Didonian societies vary as much as ever Terran ones did.

    The Rebel Worlds

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