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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.
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.
Hobbes had already opened his bag and was removing his breathing gill and thermal tripolymer suit.
Riker yanked at the bindings around his wrists and ankles, but the tripolymer strands were too tough by far.
Between them would stretch sixty meters of the toughest tripolymer rope that could be scrounged in the Graveyard.
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.
Hot damage crawled like parasites through the mechanics under the sensor boards’ tripolymer skin.
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