twenty-third-century love

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  • They were playing a medley of historical tunes and some late twenty-third-century neo-baroque fusion, which was completely out of period but accommodated swing steps perfectly.

    The Life of the World to Come

  • That was Alec's favorite twenty-third-century neobaroque fusion group.

    The Life of the World to Come

  • Without a pocket phone, and the personalized dex and datalink facilities that went with it, you were almost nonexistent on twenty-third-century Earth.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • Europani cities, however, went the other way around: dull, modern, pre-fabricated structures formed the hubs of the cities-the original, simple constructions of the twenty-third-century colonists who of necessity favored functional-ity over aesthetics.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • Everything inside the skin of the shuttle was on the cutting edge of twenty-third-century technology.

    A Flag Full of Stars

  • As Picard entered Ten-Forward with Riker at his side, his gaze was drawn to the twenty-third-century vessel keeping pace with them off their starboard beam.


  • Even Scotty, the twenty-third-century miracle worker, had to accept that.


  • Vaughn never made such statements about the personnel aboard James T. Kirk, but then he didn’t have to: the Akira-class vessel carried with it a reputation worthy of the heroic and wildly successful twenty-third-century starship captain whose name it bore.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • The title story here, set in twenty-third-century Pennsylvania, is its nameless-till-the-last-sentence narrator’s university-application essay, numbered footnotes and all, which explains why not to expect him on campus anytime soon; he is in love and considering getting gills.

    Reviews and Interview | Goblin Mercantile Exchange

  • The late twenty-third-century Genesis Project was partially funded by the Federation, and even involved the participation of that era’s Starfleet Corps of Engineers.

    Creative Couplings


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