Did you mayhaps mean hyperfine?
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“From behind the hyperfiber, Gallium said, "I see an illegal weapon.”
“Just like with the front doors, there was a final door made of diamond reinforced with a meshwork of hyperfiber.”
“It slid across the floor and clattered to a stop, and then a mechanical arm unfolded, slapping a hyperfiber bowl over it, and then covering the bowl an explosive charge set to obliterate the first hand that tried to free the gun within.”
“The hilt of the knife stood up out of her chest, a portion of the hyperfiber blade reflecting the brilliant red of the blood.”
“In reality, Pamir was staring at a sheet of high-grade hyperfiber, thick and very nearly impervious to any force nature could throw at it.”
“The ceiling was a slick arch made of medium-grade hyperfiber — a mirror-colored material wearing a thin coat of grime and lubricating oils and other residues.”
“The last room was a minor fortress buttressed with slabs of high-grade hyperfiber and bristling with weapons, legal and otherwise.”
“For reasons known only to them, the ship's builders had fashioned a tube from mirrored hyperfiber and cold basalt — the great shaft beginning not far beneath the heavy armor of the ship's bow and dropping for thousands of perfectly vertical kilometers.”
“A slab of hyperfiber slid from the ceiling, and the final door was shut.”
“But a perfectly symmetrical blast had left his own weapon where it lay, untouched beneath a bowl of mirror-bright hyperfiber.”
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