- n. Plural form of phaser.
“For all you conspiracy theorists, this may be a new one that you had not thought of, which is much more plausible than the idea of phasers taking down the World Trade Center buildings.”
“Elements like these combine with Trekkie "tribbles" and "phasers" - winks and nods at genre obsessions - and a resolution in which fantasy validates scientific knowledge.”
“The biggest problem that they have with the phasers is the amount of power that is apparently generated, especially by a hand-held device," Wolfson said.”
“The app provides a handful of movie sound effects (such as phasers firing) you can use in place of your own audio, though I'm not sure why you'd want to.”
“When "Star Trek" first promised to boldly go where no man had gone before, it spun tales involving a dazzling array of futuristic technologies such as phasers and cloaking devices.”
“We used our phasers to sever the plant at ground level, but it was too late.”
“When Captain Thompson returned to the bridge he walked to the forward observation port and watched the Admiralâ€ ™ s shuttle pass by. â€œComputer, remove all traces of Admiral Richardsâ€ ¦ â€ all of Dreadnoughtâ€ ™ s phasers fired simultaneously at the shuttle, vaporizing it instantly in an explosion of light and ion gas, â€œâ€ ¦ fromâ€ ¦ theâ€ ¦ logs. â€”
“His two security guards instantly leveled their phasers at Ambassador Dorn.”
“They were nearly to the tunnel opening, the bright blue sky of late afternoon beaming through the aperture and reflecting off the ice, when Picard heard the distinctive sounds of energy weapons exchanging fire: Starfleet phasers and Andorian disruptors.”
““Whoever brought down the force fields must have also deactivated the phasers,” he said, trying to keep watch along the corridor in both directions.”
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