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“A few of them were able to use contragravity hand-lifters and hand-towed lifter-skids; several were even learning to operate things like bulldozers, at least to the extent of knowing which lever or button did what.”
“They had contragravity scows plying between Rivington and Tradetown regularly, now, and airlorries were linking the villages.”
“Beowulf had nuclear energy and nuclear weapons and contragravity and normal-space craft, they even had colonies a on a couple of other planets of their. system.”
“The buildings were low by the standards of a contragravity-using people, the highest barely a thousand feet and few over five hundred, and they were more closely set than Sword-Wonders were accustomed to, with broad roadways between.”
“Some of these were learning simple machine operations, and a few were able to handle contragravity vehicles that had been fitted with adequate safety devices.”
“They would go in bunched, the pinnaces ahead; they and the Space-Scourge would go down to the ground, while the better-armed Nemesis would hover above to fight off local contragravity, shoot down missiles, and generally provide overhead cover.”
“They have some contragravity, and when a ship comes in they spread the news by radio and everybody brings his furs to town.”
“Count Lionel has more men and more guns and contragravity than he has, now, and that's without the help he'd get from everybody else.”
“To the eyes of a civilization using contragravity and powered equipment it wasn't at all impressive.”
“The city was Malverton, the capital; like any city of a contragravity-using people, it lay in a rough circle of buildings towering out of green interspaces, surrounded by the smaller circles of spaceports and industrial suburbs.”
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