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- adj. fired from ship at a target on the ground
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Ross, I'm not getting anything from the ship-to-ground interface that's recorded for the site.
The telescopic landing struts had hardly come into position before the merchant vessel's ship-to-ground intercom rang out:
He had not called the Administrator from space because ship-to-ground required relay, and the custom of privacy certainly would not protect them if the mixer who handled the call overheard a mention of the Howard Families.