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  • The robe was no bar - rier; it had already slid apart to give him easy access.

    The Bellini Bride

  • And he had nothing to do with it. frozen in the captain's chair, his horrified features hidden behind rier of his inter force shield, his jaw twisted in a silent, paralyzed The worst thing of all was that he could feel Outsider's roaring through his synapses.

    Step into Chaos

  • He suddenly hit some invisible bar rier, seemed to hang in the air for a few seconds before dropping

    Tek Net

  • For an hour he led them away from the Dandera rier and up over the high ground above the valley, into an area of thick scrub and up-thrust ridges of weathered limestone.

    The Seventh Scroll

  • Though the air danced and trembled with the mirage in the tenses of his binoculars, Boris traced out the rough trail beside the rier, and followed it down the valley to the point where it was hidden by the bend.

    The Seventh Scroll

  • He was a message car - rier-any time the Citizen wanted a note delivered per - sonal, so it wouldn't be in the records, this serf would hand-carry it to wherever it was going.

    Robot Adept

  • By what is not there"Kolder bar - rier-and she wears the Kolder talisman. "

    Web Of The Witch World

  • Two swung a bench as a battering ram, while others of their fellows stood, weapons in hand, waiting for the splintering bar - rier to give.

    Web Of The Witch World

  • The replacements were still operating when the missile car - rier wave changed its modulation once more, and with a sigh of relief Bradley shut down the maltreated beacon.

    The Sands of Mars

  • The cattle was contrai-ry, -- contrai-rier'n common; and I remember thinkin ', when the feller at the drove-yard handed me my check, that I'd earned it pretty hard.

    Lippincott's Magazine, August, 1885


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