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  • Every platoon also has a headquarters element composed of a medic, a forward observer, a radio op-erator, a platoon sergeant, and a lieutenant who had graduated from officer candidate school.


  • Well, except for Irish Cream, and Irish coffee, and... well, hopefully the wreck-erator is not Irish...

    Today I am NOT Irish

  • The coin features Domitianus wearing a crown of radiant rays of light on the obverse, or heads side, with an inscription bearing a common imperial suffix: Imp (erator) C (aesar) Domitianus P (ius) Felix Aug (ustus), Emperor Caesar Domitianus, the dutiful and fortunate augustus.

    Finding a Lost Emperor in a Clay Pot

  • So plush and comfortable, with leather, soft lighting, a bar and small refrig erator stocked with all your favorites.

    Mary, Mary

  • Coleman disconnected the call and floored the accel erator as he turned onto the on ramp for Highway 50 east.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #1

  • Citizen Blue, Sheen and Mach remained there, apparently unhurt, held by a lethargy gen - erator that was tuned to both living people and robots.

    Unicorn Point

  • Etienne ex-perienced unscientific thoughts as Lyra nudged the accel-erator and left the would-be piratesin their wake.

    Voyage To The City Of The Dead

  • Metamorphosed into a stream of charmed positively charged quarks, a message could be flashed from accel-erator to accelerator, world to world, at dizzying speed, far faster than a restricted tridee beam.

    The End Of The Matter

  • By some fancy juggling with the gravitic gen - erator of the Hebe G.B.,

    Trader To The Stars

  • Not fishhooks and boot buckles, either-blasting explosives and propellants, contragravity-field gen erator parts, power tools, pharmaceuticals, synthetic textiles.

    The Fuzzy Papers


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