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  • Home is a split-level manifold, rooms connected by T-gates scattered across a variety of habitats: low-gee sleeping den, high-gee exercise room, and everything in between.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Those of us who did high-gee combat used to do it in under a minute.

    Forever Free

  • "Yes, sir," Yamoto answered, her voice changing midway through with the unmistakable strains of high-gee acceleration.

    Warhorse

  • I was grateful for the extra stamina and wind that daily calisthenics in a high-gee field had given me; without that I would have collapsed before now; but I was almost ready to drop.

    Greylorn

  • I don't mean the constant high-gee; I take my daily exercise spin in the centrifuge just like anyone else, and you soon get used to the steady pull on Earth.

    Anchorite

  • The Can Do-that's this bucket-is about to rendezvous with the Go For Broke, which is a high-gee torchship.

    Double Star

  • You hoisted your scout ship aloft under high-gee, cleared the ecliptic, then swung out of normal space and

    Next Door, Next World

  • His intent was to beat her senseless, and since he was a quarter meter taller and probably fifty kilos heavier and built like a high-gee weightlifter, likely didn’t anticipate that such a beating would be any problem.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • He knew that she drove herself, that she spent hours in high-gee exercise, that she knew and practiced not only unarmed martial combat, but even the antique twin sword exercises of Heaven's Sybran horse nomads " and that the blades on her stateroom wall were razor sharp and had sharpened points as well.

    Fall of Angels

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