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  • The rapid-frequency nadion-pulse cannon was first proposed in 2366, as a possible defensive countermeasure against the Borg.

    A Time to Kill

  • Only hours ago, the Zakdorn had contacted him in secret, both to congratulate him on his rise to the top of the Ilanatava, and to enlist his aid in a covert effort to disguise the origins of the now-destroyed nadion-pulse cannons.

    A Time to Kill

  • Which meant that control of the six nadion-pulse cannons to which this base was linked had been automatically handed off to the two closest firebases.

    A Time to Kill

  • Only hours ago, the Zakdorn had contacted him in secret, both to congratulate him on his rise to the top of the Ilanatava, and to enlist his aid in a covert effort to disguise the origins of the now-destroyed nadion-pulse cannons.

    A Time to Kill

  • To hide the origin of the nadion-pulse cannons dotting the equatorial and tropical latitudes of a planet situated along a border they shared with the United Federation of Planets.

    A Time to Kill

  • To hide the origin of the nadion-pulse cannons dotting the equatorial and tropical latitudes of a planet situated along a border they shared with the United Federation of Planets.

    A Time to Kill

  • Only hours ago, the Zakdorn had contacted him in secret, both to congratulate him on his rise to the top of the Ilanatava, and to enlist his aid in a covert effort to disguise the origins of the now-destroyed nadion-pulse cannons.

    A Time to Kill

  • The rapid-frequency nadion-pulse cannon was first proposed in 2366, as a possible defensive countermeasure against the Borg.

    A Time to Kill

  • Which meant that control of the six nadion-pulse cannons to which this base was linked had been automatically handed off to the two closest firebases.

    A Time to Kill

  • The rapid-frequency nadion-pulse cannon was first proposed in 2366, as a possible defensive countermeasure against the Borg.

    A Time to Kill

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