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  • They finally came up with an antacid strong enough to deal with that nasty, fiery, acid relux problem.

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  • The place where the ruler had been was suddenly seen as through a dark cloud, then the cloud was gone, and with it the king, only his relux chair, and the bits of lux or relux that had been about his garments remained.

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  • They reached out, touched the heavy relux of the fort, and it exploded into opalescence that was hazily white, the colors shifted so quickly.

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  • The marvelous new tubes that ran its ray screen flashed instantly to a temperature inconceivable, and, so long as the elements embedded in the infusible relux remained the metals they were, those tubes could not fail.

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  • Faster than the mighty spaceship the awful Thing caught it in mighty talons that ripped through solid relux.

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  • Whether this protection would stop the Thessian beam that was so deadly to lux and relux was not, of course, known.

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  • A gigantic dome of polished relux rose from rocky, icy plains.

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  • Its relux walls glowed a thousand colors as the tremendous energy of the ray-screen struck them -- but it was through!

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  • Each energy release disrupted the ray-screen for a moment, and the concentrated fury of the molecular beams poured through the opened screen, and struck the relux behind.

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  • Scratching, fluttering enormous, blood-red wings, the silvery claws tore away great masses of relux, sending them flying into space.

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