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  • adv. In a lative way.


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  • Six years earlier (Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 22, pp. 442-457, 1969) A.R. Collar and J.W. Flower had come to essentially the same conclusions in their paper "A (R.latively) Low Altitude 24-hour Satellite".

    The Fountains of Paradise

  • The lift charge sends up a bag full of stars and a bursting charge, with a short fuse set to spread the stars r latively close to the ground.

    Terror in Argentina


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