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  • The huge, slow processes that have made our world are hard for the planetbound to perceive, glimpsed only through keyholes the length of a life span.

    The Traditions Of Titans

  • Nonetheless, it has been pointed out to me that the Federation Academy will provide a different range of opportunities, some of them beyond the scope of any planetbound institution.

    Starfleet Year One

  • There was something about this philosophy that seemed to work peculiarly well for the travelers, who had “made” their own worlds and their own language, and had come to exercise a measure of control over their own lives that few planetbound people do, or ever become conscious of.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages

  • I had not seen the destruction for myself, any more than any of the planetbound had seen it, so I did not truly believe it.

    Chain of Attack

  • Aragos was the name of one of dozens of races—planetbound humanoid races—discovered by earlier expeditions into the Sagittarius arm of the Milky Way galaxy, where the gate had been.

    Chain of Attack

  • I am a planetbound, and I was told nothing of such matters.

    Chain of Attack

  • I even thought that the war might only be a hoax, something used by the military to bleed the planetbound of their money and resources.

    Chain of Attack

  • There was something about this philosophy that seemed to work peculiarly well for the Travelers, who had "made" their own worlds and their own language, and had come to exercise a measure of control over their own lives that few planetbound people do, or ever become conscious of.

    The Romulan Way

  • Sometimes you want to take planetbound races who are at war with each other, bring them up here, show them their world.

    Star Trek® New Frontier

  • He'd always thought that an interesting reflex even if he'd been working in a planetbound facility, it wasn't like looking skyward could tell him anything except the color of the ceiling.

    Time's Enemy

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