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extradimensional

Definitions

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  • adjective jargon, science fiction Originating outside the known physical reality of the universe.
  • adjective jargon, science fiction Coming from a dimension outside Einsteinian space-time.

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  • I’d recommend keeping the action of the story on Earth, rather than in extradimensional planes or hell or heaven or the Otherworld or whatever else you can think of.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Would you like to suggest a writing article? (Sticky post)

  • The Collider has as yet done no colliding, where the two beams - racing in opposite directions at almost the speed of light - are crossed, producing sub-subatomic particulate prangs of such violence as to mangle the very fabric of time and space. according to top CERN brainbox Sergio Bertolucci, is that the LHC will open up a "door" into some kind of extradimensional continuum.

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  • The first three chapters recount the team's origin: the young sidekicks must rescue their mentors from possession by a extradimensional monster called the Antithesis.

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  • But if anyone should wonder whether a purveyor of weekly ghost tales on television "A World Beyond", which I host, was rated number six in fall of '55, might come to feel undone by a case of extradimensional foulness, they shall herein find their answer.

    Perquampi

  • The first three chapters recount the team's origin: the young sidekicks must rescue their mentors from possession by a extradimensional monster called the Antithesis.

    Teen Titans

  • Â Instead of a heroic Legionnaire, Jacques finds himself at the mercy of an extradimensional demon.

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  • Or miss Mark “I played the champion of an extradimensional realm” Lutz as Thor?

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  • And in the Marvel Universe "gods" are simply extradimensional beings who happened to have been worshipped by humans when they travelled to Earth in the distant past.

    Kenneth Branagh in Talks To Direct Thor | /Film

  • An experiment in exotic matter goes horribly wrong, ripping open an extradimensional portal through which aliens from the world Xen appear.

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  • Would you speak about Toronto, the Snauq outcast who essentially enables Molly Erwagen, the creator of the game, and who seems to live on the pastries of Calabi & Yau, two Chinamen who are almost integrated by virtue of their ability to bake ambrosial, some might say extradimensional, pastries (which I assume look something like this.)?

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