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  • Having always thought of her as having a compassionate heart sheltered behind a wall of duralloy, it was traumatic to see her weeping and shuddering as violently as her far more demonstrative friend.

    Trouble Magnet

  • The oldest buildings were geodesic domes constructed of lightweight materials analogous to duralloy and flex-glas brought by the first settlers.

    Pawns and Symbols

  • You'd have to be tough as duralloy rivets to run this show!

    Pawns and Symbols

  • What had brought them together in this small room at this particular time was a burning fanaticism, a bond stronger than epoxene or duralloy cable - a cause each was willing to die for.

    Flinx In Flux

  • He scrambled to one side, staring as the stelacrete and duralloy mesh turned to powder and vanished into the gaping maw of a vast dark pit some three meters in diameter.

    Flinx In Flux

  • Small picks and other duralloy instruments dangled from the pack and abdominal belt, the latter fashioned of yellow leather that was gouged and scratched from heavy use.

    Flinx In Flux

  • He looked to be in his early fifties, taut as duralloy, the kind of professional who could cope with a world like Longtunnel.

    Flinx In Flux

  • What had brought them together in this small room at this particular time was a burning fanaticism, a bond stronger than epoxene or duralloy cable‑ a cause each was willing to die for.

    Flinx In Flux

  • A glance showed that in the subarctic night air the water which had been sucking at the port bow runner was already refreezing, the ice sheet re-forming around the duralloy.

    The Deluge Drivers

  • Five rooster tails of ice particles flew from the base of each duralloy runner as it cut across the flat surface.

    The Deluge Drivers

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