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George T. Brimmer - duracrete boots, skydropped over Naboo
“Oh,” the petty officer said as he jumped down onto a thick slab of duracrete, and felt it start to move.
The hatch popped open, admitting a stale, dry breeze scented with machine oils, exhaust fumes, and sun-baked duracrete, and the ramp telescoped down to the pavement.
The duracrete simply ended and the city itself began.
As soon as they stepped onto the duracrete, into the brightness of the landing field's lights, Odo felt almost safe.
Finally, as dusk swept across the spaceport, huge lights came on, flooding the duracrete pavement with a harsh white illumination.