Greg Cox

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airlock n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity iii. 38 Toss them out an airlock?
astrogator n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity viii. 124 Next to him, on the other side of the astrogator, Ensign Sheryl Gates filled in for Chekov at the navigation console.
disruptor n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity Prologue 3 She slipped her hand beneath her grey civilian robes and drew out a compact, palm-sized disruptor.
force field n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity vi. 75 A powerful force field confined Seven to the spartan, simply furnished cell.
grok v. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity xiii. 178 Okay…Let’s grok.
humanoid adj. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity Prologue 3 Dozens of delegates, humanoid and otherwise, shouted and cried out as they fought each other to reach the exits.
inertial damper n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity v. 73 Kirk felt a slight tug of centrifugal force as the Enterprise spun around on its axis, then leaped forward at warp speed, pushing the limits of its inertial dampers.
Jovian adj. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity xvii. 224 Didn’t you know I won the Jovian Triathlon back in '59?
Klingon n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity ii. 24 Not even a Klingon really wanted to know the day of his own death.
photon torpedo n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity v. 66 Photon torpedoes loaded and ready to go.
Vulcan mind meld n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity xiii. 176 There is a procedure known as the Vulcan mind meld.
warp speed n. 1998 G. Cox Assignment: Eternity ii. 18 The stars zipped by at warp speed.