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historical records

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  • Since the Defiant’s historical records suggested that only a handful of humans might have been on Terok Nor at the time of the Cardassian Withdrawal—crew members of neutral merchant ships, for the most part—Jake’s father also wore a stained bandage across the bridge of his nose, to disguise his lack of Bajoran epinasal folds.

    MILLENNIUM

  • They referred back to Darlington’s enumeration of beetle and reptile species on the various Antillean islands, and they looked into the case of Krakatau, for which there were those historical records of recolonization by animal species after the cataclysmic purge.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • The latter responsibility is a bit of a bother, since historical records show the stars moving about fairly randomly over Krynn's night sky, forming into new patterns and constellations for no apparent rhyme or reason.

    Father Swarat

  • Without telescopes the Dogon people could have only known this fact by some sort of firsthand experience, such as spirit travel, which historical records describe.

    The Sacred Promise

  • Chedorlaomer the Elamite was at the time in question sovereign also over Babylon, a fact with which historical records agree.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

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