- n. Plural form of cyborg.
“They're also on the lookout for any more cyborgs from the future that might be out to kill them.”
“One of the Mayors freedom hating enforcer cyborgs is oppressing a telemarketer who was using the instabank phone to make sales.”
“Basically, I will watch any movie with explosions and cyborgs from the future.”
“So I rounded up the usual suspects - aliens, cyborgs aka Skinjobs, magical creatures, evil twins - but there was always the sticking point caused by another TV series - 'CSI'.”
“The antagonists mainly come in the form of cyborgs, which is the premise of Cyborg 009.”
“At number 5 is the concept of cyborgs, that is, half-machine, half-humans, becoming a reality in the last decade, as much progress has been made with people controlling robotic limbs and computers with their minds.”
“The squad encounters a city of 'cyborgs' while contending with giant 'snow worms' and other blood-thirsty alien entities.”
“In short, we are "cyborgs" without deep Austrian accents and instructions to protect John Conner.”
“Cyberpsychology also examines human interactions with less ubiquitous technologies, such as cyborgs and artificial intelligence. !!”
“I also think you are on to something in the connections you made between sci-fi and culture in different decades and I wonder what kind of cyborgs we will come across in the 2010s.”
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