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- n. A cyborg or robot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The physiological individual, characterized by definiteness and independence of function, in distinction from the morphological individual or
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A terra introduced by Haeckel to designate a physiological individual as contrasted with a morphon or morphological individual.
 The bion is the physiological, as the morphon is the morphological, individual.
The bion is a mini-neurostimulator with an integrated electrode and battery that can be externally recharged and programmed, Dr. Goadsby and colleagues said.
The device, called a bion, is a rechargeable battery-powered electrode, similar in size to a matchstick.
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Wud hab bion teh funneh if Maru haded pop-ded som bubblez.
Coca-Cola commercial: Drink Coca-Cola, gain a bion...
Hostage within his own still body, Nog could only watch now as one bion reached above him.
Just in time to give Nog a brief, shocking glimpse of a bion.
Considering his present circumstances, he could be a prisoner of war, which meant he should say nothing, even though he knew his eventual fate would be to become a bion.
In order to better visualize the rumination Reich placed bion culture dishes inside a metal-lined, wooden box, thinking that the metal would reflect the radiation to the inside of the box, thereby making it more visible, while the wood would prevent the radiation from escaping.
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