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  • n. A person who has mastered time travel.


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time + lord; coined in the long-running BBC television series Doctor Who.


  • You must be part timelord, that is the only way it can regenerate that fast.

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  • Posted on Apr 01, 2010 under SF News | No Comment the new timelord visits salford with his latest sexy assistant. » dr.who and companion on Flickr – Photo Sharing!

  • Like the timelord who in Castrovalva had to jettison a quarter of the Tardis in order to propel it forward in time again, we have to abandon the stored-up past to even have a chance of reaching the future.

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  • But one cannot expect too much detailed attention to the canvas of the seventeenth century in 100 minutes of the adventures of a roving timelord.

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  • By the end of the episode the 2 doctors do rejoin as 1 single timelord again, this joining is the reference of the 3 fold man (single heart doctor + single heart doctor = 2 heart doctor).

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  • As you say bring on the Jenny-not quite a timelord-who adventures.

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  • Still who knows what goes on behind the closed doors of the tardis, or indeed what passes for sex for a timelord -- unsurprisingly the BBC seems very reticent about such information.

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  • My timelord obession does cause a lot of problem with family back at Wayne Manor ...

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  • Nice comment on it in the first episode of the recent Dreamland, "Well, human, timelord, just an accident of dimensional geography when it comes down to it".

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  • Daughter of former Dr Who Peter Davison to star in the show... as the child of the latest timelord

    Archive 2008-04-06


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