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“The fourth-dimensional propellant for time machines is notoriously unstable.”
“He reigns in all of the previous “excesses” to create songs that sound like charming pop concoctions to the average person but reveal a multi-layered, fourth-dimensional Rube Goldberg of arrangement on further listen.”
“Sounds like a fourth-dimensional fun house at a Martian carnival," Bud remarked.”
“We want to see Richard Seaton blow up the Fenacrhone space-battlewagon with his third-order zone of force, assuming he can escape from the fourth-dimensional evil of the hyperplane.”
“Amelia is a fourth-dimensional creature, Victor is very scientific and may be android of some sort, Vanity is able to discover secret passages anywhere, Colin is a psychic and Quentin is a warlock.”
“Any planet in the same sidereal universe or nearby fourth-dimensional spaces from SKYLARK OF SPACE.”
“I want to see Richard Seaton and Blackie DuQuesne collide every sun of two galaxies by means of their fourth-dimensional seventh-order rays, triggering one hundred billion supernovae to wipe out the dread and dreaded empire of merciless chlorine-breathing amoeba-men.”
“In his movies, Doraemon travels back in time from the 22nd century and uses a time machine and an "anywhere door" that come out of a fourth-dimensional pocket on his stomach to help his friends.”
“Worlds hit by negaspheres, suns exploded by dirigible planets shunted through hypertubes, galaxies of Chlorine breathers anihilated by fourth-dimensional transposition.”
“In the same way what we called a "song" was the terdimensional manifestation of a higher singularity, Quentin's brain activity was an ongoing representation in time and space of the rotation of the surface of a fourth-dimensional object – event.”
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