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  • n. electrical device consisting of a flat insulated surface that contains switches and dials and meters for controlling other electrical devices


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  • Chandris was saved the necessity of answering by the alert signal from the control board and the start of the catapult's five-second countdown.


  • Forsythe asked, fingers hovering over the control board in front of his seat.


  • The control board occupied the inner surface and upper edge of this cup, all around the circumference; and in the center of the assembly was the pilot's seat — if it could be called a seat.

    Natives of Space

  • That silenced the captain, and he moved to the control board to call the engineers to their stations.

    Natives of Space


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