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  • She hurriedly reached behind his neck, released a flap on his scalp to expose the tripolymer skull within, and found the contact that would reboot his positronic systems.

    The Battle of Betazed

  • Lightweight tripolymer body suits, vented fins, and the breathing gills, which constantly extracted breathable oxygen from the surrounding water, much like the gills of a fish.

    Mosaic

  • Hobbes had already opened his bag and was removing his breathing gill and thermal tripolymer suit.

    Mosaic

  • Riker yanked at the bindings around his wrists and ankles, but the tripolymer strands were too tough by far.

    ROGUE SAUCER

  • Between them would stretch sixty meters of the toughest tripolymer rope that could be scrounged in the Graveyard.

    Sanctuary

  • Sherfa turned to Belkot and said, If the Harrakas can do without their new greenhouse, I think they have enough tripolymer sheeting to make the balloon.

    Sanctuary

  • Hot damage crawled like parasites through the mechanics under the sensor boards’ tripolymer skin.

    Thin Air

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