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  • n. An airlock through which pass workers into a chamber of compressed air, especially used in mines.


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  • As I cross to Ulysses's manlock I feel a prickly awareness of the second Ulysses hidden on the back side of the Moon.

    Covergent Series

  • Even I clambered silently through the manlock of the flying tank.

    Planet Mechanica

  • My reassurance was complete when I saw the mutants of the Corps appear in the small manlock nearby.

    Mystery of the Anti

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