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  • Android is linux-based and open source-ish, but there already exists multiple active projects to remodulate ever-flexible linux into a distribution tiny and/or user-friendly enough for lightweight, application-oriented computing netbook-style.

    hughstimson.org » Blog Archive » The Google Operating System Cometh Quietly

  • I will then remodulate the beams, creating a synchronic sine wave that will merge the two beams.

    The Demon

  • Adjust the prefire control circuit to remodulate the collapsible charge barrier so that it regulates the rapid nadion pulse into a stable directed energy flow, as above.

    The Starfleet Survival Guide

  • See if you can remodulate our transporters to match her shields …

    Becoming Human: The Seven of Nine™ Saga

  • "They keep neurons alive or promote growth of neurons or remodulate the connectivity between them."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • In such a scenario, it is important to cease whatever surgical procedure is in process, if at all possible, and attempt to remodulate the tricorder’s delta wave signature in order to restore the patient to Stage 4 sleep.

    The Starfleet Survival Guide

  • “We’d have to remodulate it for each blast, and you know how many hours that would take.”

    ARMAGEDDON SKY

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