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Ecklie unmeshed his hands, set them flat on the desk, and leaned back.
Fantastic, fleeting geometrical patterns flickered in and out of existence as the glowing grids meshed and unmeshed, and the hominid watched from its metal cave-wide-eyed, slack jawed, and wholly receptive.
I'll note that they also chose to pick on, among the big nets, the most corporately independent/unmeshed with the Military/Industrial Complex, CBS (not by much, but the most of the big commercial nets).
His is the unfortunate body from which, during life, neither the aspiring soul can altogether soar, nor the wheels of scientific materialism can be unmeshed.
You are generating them now in conjunction with your thoughts, but I could not understand a single concept were we unmeshed.
Fantastic, fleeting geometrical patterns flickered in and out of existence as the glowing grids meshed and unmeshed; and the man-apes watched, mesmerized captives of the shining crystal.
Geneseo Township, Iowa, is a hotbed of previously unmeshed technologies that have agricultural experts buzzing and farmers considering what might be.