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  • Other bars catered to insystem traders, the few Federation agents who cared to rub shoulders with locals or the farmers who, when they came into town at all, kept stubbornly to themselves.

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  • Five pirate ships had been completely destroyed; Baskerville, in Courageous, located another limping along under stuttering insystem power, shields down and the missile pods on one side half melted off.

    Command Decision

  • “Probably lost all insystem, and all internal power… talk about vomit comet…”

    Command Decision

  • Shuttles between the planet and space station, four small insystem cargo haulers on logical routes to the other planets, all with Gretna ID beacons, and a single inbound cargo ship whose beacon identified her as Dryas, from Polson.

    Command Decision

  • The resulting explosion indicated that at least one insystem drive had blown.

    Command Decision

  • Standard Vatta trade routes made interconnecting rings rather than emanating from a few hubs; a Vatta ship from the Orleans – Vishwa – Darien – Moscoe route should arrive insystem in the next few days.

    Command Decision

  • Colonel Kalin had given her his main concerns: time insystem until the other Mackensee ships arrived, the mines at the jump-point entry, the possibility that more pirates would arrive before the relief ships did…

    Command Decision

  • Marcus Selene had arrived insystem and was making its way in from the jump point.

    Command Decision

  • Everyone insystem knew Big Bill Pender -- the Greenies had already condemned him in absentia, and he headed Leo's humans-to-shoot-on-sight list.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Present insystem, twelve methane breather heavies, at distance, never before seen in concentration.

    The Dragon Never Sleeps


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