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  • Still, none of the fears I heard anywhere last week would trouble a long-term stockholder, except for one -- from Tyler Jenks, of Boston-based mutual-fund broker, Kanon Bloch Carrel Stocks, says Jenks, have fallen into a pattern he calls a hyperwave -- a series of four steps up in price, followed by three decisive steps down.

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  • I mean, you were there, the first to make contact but I almost had a heart attack when I got the hyperwave.

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  • Ornafer, broadcasting his call for help into space by hyperwave, could be sure that assistance would be on the way in the shortest time possible.

    Parlor Games

  • He said, Aporat and a forming a hyperwave will please and I am finished, well, pretend to invent something about I am Jord Parma of the crisis: when haut Rodric.

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  • If your decoy lures them as far as a light-year off, you will be outside their hyperwave detection range and can embark on a roundabout homeward voyage.

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  • No doubt the hyperwave beacon was still running as well.

    Roger MacBride

  • Besides which, the New Law robots encrypt their long-range hyperwave traffic, and we have not had much luck in reading it.

    Roger MacBride

  • "Robot CFL-001 responding for Davlo Lentrall, " he said, his hyperwave voice not quite diffident enough to be rude.

    Roger MacBride

  • He switched on the hyperwave transmitter, adjusted it to one of the robotic general-broadcast frequencies, and set the system to record a repeating message.

    Roger MacBride

  • There is a repeating broadcast being made over a general-purpose hyperwave frequency reserved for robot use.

    Roger MacBride


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