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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.

    Space Viking

  • They had contragravity scows plying between Rivington and Tradetown regularly, now, and airlorries were linking the villages.

    Space Viking

  • 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.

    Space Viking

  • 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.

    Space Viking

  • 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.

    Space Viking

  • 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.

    Space Viking

  • They have some contragravity, and when a ship comes in they spread the news by radio and everybody brings his furs to town.

    Space Viking

  • 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.

    Space Viking

  • To the eyes of a civilization using contragravity and powered equipment it wasn't at all impressive.

    Space Viking

  • 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.

    Space Viking

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