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  • He could see that the woman was suffering from a malady known as tridee addiction, and her imagination had been drugged in proportion.

    Tar Aiym Krang

  • Getting one’s image on the tridee was a poor trade-off for selective mindwipe.

    Trouble Magnet

  • As soon as he stepped through the front door, the tridee screen in the living room-which neither he nor Anna ever watched-had automatically blossomed into life, revealing a dull man who spoke with an unemotive voice.

    The Unpublished Writer and His Love Interest (The Painter)

  • After that, Mr. Eliot had shown him the tridee photograph.

    The Unpublished Writer and His Love Interest (The Painter)

  • Removing the poker from its place on the fireplace hearth, Alec had driven the end straight through the tridee screen, coolly destroying-in a flash of sparks, a buzz of shorted wires-both the man and his voice.

    The Unpublished Writer and His Love Interest (The Painter)

  • The room was small but well lighted and brightly painted, with a bed and a padded chair and a tridee screen set flush with the wall.

    Minnesota Menage

  • Room to sleep and eat and watch tridee, but no room to be anyone.

    Minnesota Menage

  • I watched tridee and drank coffee until I ran out of coins for the dispenser.

    Minnesota Menage

  • Much more logical, he reasoned, to operate under the scanner, as far away as possible from the attention of sensation-seeking tridee types and the perpetually harried authorities.

    Trouble Magnet

  • Not just on the tridee but also in person, though only rarely.

    Trouble Magnet

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