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“Far from being beyond human-style politics, they're in the thick of it.”
“That expression might be interpreted as an aggressive act by the Linyaari people, but Acorna knew that Captain Jonas P. Becker would see her human-style grin and correctly deduce that she was over joyed to see him arrive.”
“No need to turn my head for sideways glancing, just another one of my advantages, not having my eyes bunched so close together, human-style.”
“Already the alpha pair of Denver's werewolf pack, Kitty and Ben now plan to tie the knot human-style by eloping to Vegas.”
“The story offers only a superficial look at issues ranging from overcoming the general creepiness of human-style robots to the possibility of androids providing intimate companionship, yet the Stepford comparisons are unavoidable.”
“We are exploring ways to give these devices human-style social intelligence, which means that they would know what we as owners expect them to do – and especially what not to do – without our having to tell them explicitly every time.”
“A macaque at the Tel Aviv Zoo has begun walking human-style, exclusively on two legs, after recovering from a severe illness.”
“Firekeeper's daily attire was a modified version of the knee-length leather breeches and vest that she had favored since her introduction to human-style clothing.”
“Fleece laughed — not human-style, but in the throttled-puppy mirth idiom of the blue aliens.”
“The two Haluk medical technicians, wearing human-style pale green hospital scrubs and murmuring quiet comments, hovered over the occupant of the other bed, who lay motionless while the aliens studied him.”
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