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  • noun physics, dated meson

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  • noun an elementary particle responsible for the forces in the atomic nucleus; a hadron with a baryon number of 0


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  • We can't fit anything really powerful into a Hevian rocket plane-a pile would go into one easily enough, but a frictionator or a naval - size mesotron rifle wouldn't, and there'd be no point in taking popguns.

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  • After the molten rock had hardened, the clogged channels were re-drilled, with mesotron rifles set to the smallest possible dispersion.

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  • Then, instead of clearing a landing area with the usual quick scythe of the mesotron rifles, he polarized the spin-dizzy screen.

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  • Another rocket, under the guidance of Carrel, dived down before it, scything a narrow runway in the jungle with portable mesotron rifles-for the bandit towns kept no supersonic no-plant's-land between themselves and the rank vegetation.

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