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  • I carried the two cases inside, into a long tunnel with pale cream and green permaplast walls and indirect overhead lighting.

    Flash

  • The floor team was waiting at the foot of the bridge, each one holding a piece of the light, stressed permaplast over his head like an umbrella.

    The Forever War

  • While her group hurried to adapt the LSU — for this purpose, it need only be an air hose and heater — I got my crew to bring around six slabs of permaplast, so we could build a big box around Singer and the extra suit.

    The Forever War

  • We were carrying the permaplast layers to the building site two people can carry one easily — when one of "my" men slipped and fell on his back.

    The Forever War

  • We couldn't build the thing underground — it'd just fill up with helium II — so the first thing to do was to build an insulating platform, a permaplast-vacuum sandwich three layers thick.

    The Forever War

  • We were lined up, single-file, on the permaplast sidewalk that connected the billet and the supply hut.

    The Forever War

  • Keeping an interval of at least two meters between each person, we stepped off the permaplast and followed the captain over smooth rock.

    The Forever War

  • The permaplast stringer weighed five hundred pounds and was a bitch to handle, even when it wasn't covered with ice.

    The Forever War

  • We were carrying the permaplast layers to the building site - two people can carry one easily-when one of "my" men slipped and fell on his back.

    The Forever War

  • THE FOREVER WAR light, stressed permaplast over his head like an umbrella.

    The Forever War

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