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Examples

  • Eerlik has burgundy oceans and contains many rich deposits of uridium.

    Miracle Workers

  • EYES CLOSED, Garak slumped down against the sharp rocks of unprocessed uridium ore piled by the slag cars.

    MILLENNIUM

  • Constructed in 2351, initially called Terok Nor, DS9 was intended to exploit Bajor's rich uridium deposits.

    Far Beyond the Stars

  • Your planet has many, many things which we hold precious, but chief among them is the fact that Bajor is rich in uridium ore.

    Far Beyond the Stars

  • As the yacht made its way to the core of the system, the da Vinci crew members were shown several planetoids that, under Portlyn’s guidance, were transformed from moderately developed, underdeveloped, or totally undeveloped worlds into fully operational chemical plants, computer manufacturing factories, dilithium cracking stations, and uridium processing centers.

    Creative Couplings

  • Klag read over the dispatch, which indicated that Brenlek was rich in both uridium and dilithium, and had a native populace that Klag’s younger brother described as “easy to conquer” in his report.

    A Good Day To Die

  • This planet is teeming with the very resources the chancellor’s orders said we needed most: kellinite, koltanium, uridium, and so much more.

    A Good Day To Die

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