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  • He could flatten you even with a couple of force-screen belts on you.

    Cattle Town

  • As usual he'd forgotten to wear his force-screen belt though there was a standing order for those belts to be worn at all times.

    Cattle Town

  • Kai dismounted with alacrity and, thumbing off his force-screen, began to gather grass.

    Cattle Town

  • But Gaber was hurriedly fastening on the force-screen belt.

    Cattle Town

  • Maybe the solution to Kai's problem was simply to establish the physical secondary camp, complete with small force-screen, give the local wild-life a chance to drift away from the area, and then let his teams move in.

    Cattle Town

  • Though the heavy-worlders under Paskutti's direction had had farther to come, they were the first to arrive at the assembly point as Kai and Varian belted down the slope from the shuttle to the force-screen veil lock.

    Cattle Town

  • It wasn't as if a herd of Mabels was likely to come rampaging up the slopes and stampeding through the force-screen.

    Cattle Town

  • The beast had somehow managed to loosen the edges of the filmseal and, despite the force-screen over her corral, blood-suckers had attached themselves to the suppuration.

    Cattle Town

  • If Kai sited the secondary camp high enough up in the foothills to avoid the worst predatory life, the force-screen would be sufficient to deter poisonous insects and dangerous smaller animals.

    Cattle Town

  • Unknown life forms lurked in the heavy vegetation, small but equally dangerous, and force-screen belts were not absolute protection.

    Cattle Town

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