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  • Pay extra attention every time there's any mention of Energon, All Spark, the Dynasty of Primes (the 13 elder Transformers, known as the Primes, who power the All Spark by destroying the Sun in unhabitable planets), Sun Harvesters and the Matrix of Leadership.

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  • "Primes" are the prime lenses, the focal lengths that we all know and love -- the 50mm, the 30, the buck twenty.

    LEVERAGE Week 6

  • Unless I get an idea like "Primes," which had enough of a fantasy angle that I could sell it to F&SF, while being character-based and political enough to interest me.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Connoissances Utiles, "the" Pantheon Littéraire, "and the system of" Primes "-- premiums, that is -- to be given, by lottery, to certain subscribers in these institutions.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • He and Niko were close to becoming Primes themselves, as was Thor.

    Crimson Wind

  • They fought with the ferocity of desperation, but they were not prepared for two angry Primes who had plenty of fighting skills and the willingness to use them.

    Crimson Wind

  • “But you're listed as one of the Primes,” Solomon says.

    Filth and Splendor: A Love Story

  • And Superboy-Primes wall punching ALSO reset certain aspects of the time stream, right?

    Hero History: Mon-El | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • My recent reading recommendations would be Dark Stranger by Susan Sizemore, sort of a spin-off but more like a world within a world, from her Primes series.

    Interviews & Friday Book Club

  • The 2012 elections will herald the first truly three-party Congress - in the Senate for example, the Dems will have ~45 seats, the Plocks ~35, and the R-Primes ~20.

    republican prime - reinvention

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