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  • The Tricorn is a constantboost ship; she doesn't dillydally around with economical orbits and weeks and months in free fall.

    Podkayne Of Mars

  • Embrace a living wage and reasonable job protection or put on a Tricorn hat and pretend you know the intent of our 'Founding Fathers'. "umt123 asked," When will we stop outsourcing jobs to China and India?

    Jobs, Economy, Anger

  • Garrow's Law 9pm, BBC1 Another storm in a Tricorn: when brave Captain Baillie accuses Greenwich hospital of corruption, and of mistreating its wounded Navy sailors, he is savaged by establishment figures and flung in prison, accused of malicious libel.

    The weekend's TV highlights

  • Don't you know that Napoleonics only gets in the way of the "true path" of the Tricorn?

    The Hundred Days of the 1806 Project

  • They need to see only on your maps, in order to see that beta Centauri lies nearly exactly between Tricorn and Hopewell.

    The Trouble Twisters

  • But we can't count on it and it has got to be before the Tricorn shapes for Luna.

    Podkayne Of Mars

  • Just remember that the Tricorn - and her sisters, the Trice and the Triad and the Triangulum and the Tricolor are enormous cylinders.

    Podkayne Of Mars

  • The instant I followed the Captain into the radiation shelter I discovered just h-w efficient Tricorn service can be when it really matters.

    Podkayne Of Mars

  • Girdle is staying in this same hilton, in a room not very different nor much larger than her cabin in the Tricorn, and I guess I'm just mean enough that I wanted her to see the swank we were enjoying.

    Podkayne Of Mars

  • Why would anybody blow up the Tricorn and kill everybody in her, babies and all?

    Podkayne Of Mars

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