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- n. Plural form of black hole.
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Photos of black holes plastered the inside of Robert Winbell’s locker.
The black holes spin and suck, spin and suck, the Tukar'ramin said.
Modern technology could pinpoint the location and dimensions of black holes and quasars, antimatter accretions and Underspace ... but where was love?
He didnt think too long or hard about thatas amazing, huge, and fascinating as black holes are, they didnt really count as his favorite space objects.
For a moment he seemed like an ink-and-paper drawing of a villain, with pitiless black holes where eyes should have been.
His eyes were two black holes that glowed with an un-light very similar to the Mirari's.
Yet the podia had deduced that at their center lurked immense black holes of a billion stellar masses or more, holding in a vast grip the surrounding roiling dust.