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  • Tyler told the General about Project Oasis’s connection to John Coleman and how Tyler had briefly worked on the project when it was called Whirlwind.

    The Ark

  • Voice of the Whirlwind is a sort-of sequel to Hardwired, and it already has aliens in it.

    The Perils of Lucidity

  • The rebellion known as the Whirlwind has been crushed only at a truly staggering cost, whilst the subcontinent has been devastated by plague.

    Return of the Crimson Guard by Ian Cameron Esslemont

  • Later at MIT, first the Navy and then the Air Force supported a computer called Whirlwind.

    Where Wizards Stay Up Late

  • In the blink of an eye the sword form called Whirlwind on the Mountain became The Wind Blows Over the Wall became Unfolding the Fan.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • I wonder if the universities and the city institutions that go round trying to raise money by the slow and painful method called a Whirlwind Campaign, that takes perhaps all day to raise fifty thousand dollars, ever thought of anything so beautifully simple as this.

    Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town

  • It is quite probable that the plan of calling Whirlwind to him would have succeeded, as the youth afterward admitted; but it certainly would have been attended with risk of failure, and he never regretted the decision he made within the same minute that he caught sight of his equine friend.

    Deerfoot in The Mountains

  • For many a league they followed them, over all the isles of the Cyclades, and away to the south-west across Hellas, till they came to the Ionian Sea, and there they fell upon the Echinades, at the mouth of the Achelous; and those isles were called the Whirlwind Isles for many a hundred years.

    Heroes, or Greek Fairy Tales for My Children

  • The program enables us to grow our business and revenue in conjunction with Whirlwind, which is very exciting.

    News

  • The store, called Whirlwind, has been used by more than 11,000 IBMers in the six weeks it's been open for business.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

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