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  • Reports describe the killer as "nonhumanoid" with "long claws and long fangs."

    Bloodsucker?

  • No one expected USCOL to learn the native tongues of bugs and fungi; the linguists who believed no human would ever be able to learn a nonhumanoid language had written a dozen articles explaining that it was impossible, and why.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • According to the archives, two thousand years ago my people fought a war against a nonhumanoid race called the Vorel.

    STRANGE NEW WORLDS

  • According to Nepe, planets colonized by nonhumanoid creatures that found themselves in the human sector of the galaxy were being exploited and reduced just as savagely; there was no special virtue in being human, when it came to galactic power tides.

    Phaze Doubt

  • To find your way through it is far more complicated than in nonhumanoid civilizations.

    Hard to be a god

  • They were nonhumanoid, though they did walk erect.

    Dread Companion

  • The people who had been led to feel powerful were attracted by the humanoid machine and thought it lower in risk than the nonhumanoid machine, while the powerless people found the humanoid machine unattractive and risky.

    NYT > Home Page

  • I’m merely saying that it is well understood—at least by most of the Federation’s nonhumanoid sentients—that Starfleet’s much-publicized prohibition against xenophobia is a work in progress, at best.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire

  • Renowned for his brilliance in nonhumanoid exobiology, Moset, in addition to his classified experiments, oversaw the production of Jem’Hadar on the station.

    The Battle of Betazed

  • If humanoid ones can be successful at this, then the nonhumanoid ones can follow. "

    Out of Phaze

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