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  • The Doctor opened a public view-screen in the air and played for Caster a vid-clip.

    Caster Knox

  • He faced their view-screen, which held the image of the Enterprise, a helpless ship from all appearances.

    Lawnmower Season

  • American firemen have yet to begin burning books but wrong thinkers ARE being corralled for expressing opinions which may, if taken to heart by a view-screen addled populace, give rise to economic revolt.

    Uncle Sam vs Surrender Monkeys

  • The face of Benjamin Sisko came on the view-screen, and he gave them his chipper Marcus Garvey smile.

    Antimatter

  • Suddenly, my mental view-screen presented me with an image like one of those Saul Steinberg cartoon maps, only instead of seeing everything west of Riverside Drive as uncharted territory, I saw a huge colonial palace spring up east of the Rockies, streaming out occupying forces, plutocrats in the lead and bureaucrats bringing up the rear.

    The Cultural Policy Colonization of the West, or Fattening Frogs for Snakes

  • Chispa whizzed past the giddy spinning anomaly and only the crazy stars were left throbbing on the view-screen.

    Perseus Spur

  • Sisko took a step closer to the view-screen, as if that could somehow make the unknown vessel appear out of the icy haze.

    ARMAGEDDON SKY

  • Sisko brushed his gaze across the view-screen, eying the familiar face of Armageddon with its halo of cometary debris only long enough to be sure that nothing had changed.

    ARMAGEDDON SKY

  • As the Vulcan complied, the image on the view-screen changed.

    HER KLINGON SOUL

  • Encouraged, she returned her attention to the view-screen.

    HER KLINGON SOUL

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