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  • The plasfilm that had been pristine that morning showed all kinds of marks and new legends in the margins.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • Sean was indeed thoughtful as he ran fingers along the shadowed 'open' areas within the crater walls shown on the plasfilm, finally laying his hand on the lake site.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • He finger-combed sweaty silvering red hair back from his forehead and craned his neck so he could see the plasfilm.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • David Caterel had borrowed Ozzie from Telgar, although the old prospector insisted that everything he and Cobber had discovered in these craters was already written up or symbolized on the plasfilm they had in their possession.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • From a thigh pocket, she extracted a limp, well-used plasfilm, an echo survey of the double crater, with top, side, and ground-level elevations: probably from one of the original probes.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • She ducked her head on the pretext of opening the thigh pocket where she kept the plasfilm and recovered her composure somewhat by the time she could spread it out on the table in front of her.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • The slabs were laid out under more of Lunzie's plasfilm to protect them from the dust and debris that the wind blew about the cavern.

    Survivors

  • I've been hoping to get back and go over this place" -- he tapped the plasfilm with his forefinger -- -with Ozzie, if Telgar could spare him.

    The Chronicles of Pern

  • " He carefully wrapped the tube in opaque plasfilm.

    The Chronicles of Pern

  • Sean was indeed thoughtful as he ran fingers along the shadowed -open" areas within the crater walls shown on the plasfilm, finally laying his hand on the lake site.

    The Chronicles of Pern

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