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  • Nor have they released the identity of the bystander who disarmed and subdued the cydroid, except to say that the man was, and we quote, "covering the campaign."

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  • Yet she hadn't moved like a cydroid, and she wore a trace of perfume — Fleur-de-Matin — and it was a fragrance I liked.

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  • The cydroid frowned and turned toward the speaker.

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  • I eased out of the foyer, leaving her with the cydroid Forsters, as I caught sight of Dierk in the small library off the entry hall.

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  • Most crazies wouldn't have the resources to get control of a cydroid, and anyone with resources would have known that Erle didn't have a chance to win in that sub-district even if he'd spent ten times what Kagnar did, and that wasn't allowed under the campaign acts.

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  • If such a cydroid existed, it could have been created by anyone from Abe Vorhees to some multi's black side to PAMD.

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  • The story stated that, according to an unnamed source in safety enforcement, the cydroid was one of a standard pattern used by a number of multis in the MultiCor group, but that there was no record of its creation.

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  • They've concluded that a rogue cydroid programmed by Deng was responsible for the bombings.

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  • "There are some irregularities in the cydroid facial scan and DNA search analyses."

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  • "They have the tunnel and SPD's hidden storehouse, as well as a hidden cydroid facility."

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