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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of terraform.

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Examples

  • People also make money, someone made US$150,000 from land terraforms and zones real estate.

    Strange Attractor » 2006 » September

  • Terrorform sees Kryten and Rimmer crash on a 'psi-moon' which terraforms itself based on the psychology of the people inhabiting it.

    Red Dwarf V

  • The Alliance terraforms these planets - are we to assume that they just leave them as is, sending colonists to just fend for themselves with whatever technology they can carry?

    Well, Maybe You Can Take That Part of the Sky (Updated, Now With Quote)

  • The other story is about a construction worker who remotely terraforms Mars.

    REVIEW: The Year's Best Science Fiction #20 edited by Gardner Dozois

  • At some point down the road when the builders at B no longer have the intellectual capacity to keep track of what's going on, the nanotech goes "grey goo" using secret codes hidden in the complex plans, terraforms planet B, and builds replicas of the aliens from A.

    The Speculist: E.T. Hackers

  • But the humanity that terraforms Mars will have shown that humans are more than just animals, that we are in fact creatures who carry a unique spark that is worthy of respect.

    The Case for Mars

  • But the humanity that terraforms Mars will have shown that humans are more than just animals, that we are in fact creatures who carry a unique spark that is worthy of respect.

    The Case for Mars

  • Uncle Hafiz can pretty things up when he terraforms. "

    Acorna's Search

  • Uncle Hafiz can pretty things up when he terraforms. "

    Acorna's Search

  • No one terraforms a planet if they’re planning to play life safely.

    Star Trek: A Rock and a Hard Place

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