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  • But none of those alarms was necessary, because there was no mistaking the distinctive ozone scent of Romulan polywave disruptors—and that was warning enough that a security breach was under way.

    MILLENNIUM

  • NOG JUMPED in front of the Old Man to block whatever weapons the Romulans might have, but before he could do anything else, the ribbon-like discharge from a polywave disruptor smeared across his chest.

    MILLENNIUM

  • Unlike a phaser stun, the polywave version left its victims completely alert but completely immobilized.

    MILLENNIUM

  • And only full polywave paralysis prevented his drawing back in disgust from the … things that moved him.

    MILLENNIUM

  • It was as if she’d shot him with a polywave all over again.

    MILLENNIUM

  • He had seen Starfleet’s sensor logs of the aftermath of polywave combat—the ghastly scattering of limbs and partial torsos left behind by the tightly bound polyspheres of total matter annihilation.

    MILLENNIUM

  • He had seen Starfleet’s sensor logs of the aftermath of polywave combat—the ghastly scattering of limbs and partial torsos left behind by the tightly-bound polyspheres of total matter annihilation.

    THE WAR OF THE PROPHETS

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  • simultaneous movement in all directions. (fr. polyondes; ger. Polywelle; fin. polyheiluttaa; nor. polybølge)

    June 19, 2008