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“This is an early Victorian "spindizzy" which lifted the city of Mantua into space for a short time.”
“His "spindizzy" motors used a little-known law of physics (still undiscovered) to create their own gravity and their own motive force.”
“Then, abruptly, the hypothesis and the mathematicians had their first innings; From the many pages of symbols and the mumbled discussions of the possible field-strength of a single electronic pole in rotation, the DillonWagonner gr'vitron polarity generator-almost immediately dubbed the "spindizzy" in honor of what it did - to electron rotation-sprang as if full-born.”
“A couple of pilots had gone nuts in the "spindizzy," and remembering his own feelings as he watched the sky go by, it was easy to understand.”
“A device called a "spindizzy" produced a force-field dome over earth cities (and also allowed them to defy gravity and take off into space!) (Cities in FLight cover)”
“Strictly as a matter of record: spindizzy spells off and on since Tuesday at last; also allergic reaction last night.”
“As such, in my own personal book, the spindizzy and those floating cities are great.”
“A little tipsified, fine, but the whole spindizzy in the bathroom toilet passout God WHOOPS * yurf* has lost whatever faint charm it originally possessed.”
“I sat thinking of a seraph crucified of an aspiration's whisper of deathless men in spindizzy flight”
“Because the spindizzy motors worked better for higher mass, his vehicles tended to be big.”
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