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A trimensional scan showed only cuts, bruises and a small fracture in her kneecap.
He then wrote up, exclusively, the same work in semidramatic form for use in trimensional video for a twenty-thousand-dollar advance plus rental royalties that were still coming in after five years.
Isaac Asimov imagined a sunny planet called Solaria, on which a scant 20,000 humans dwelt on far-flung estates and visited one another only virtually, by materializing as "trimensional images" -- avatars, in other words.
Instead the people "View" each other with trimensional
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