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beam v. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape xxiv. 238 Janeway had herself, Paris, and Drickel beamed directly to sickbay.
beam v. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape viii. 83 ‘None,’ Chakotay said. ‘Not even trace signatures. They haven’t beamed anywhere and there are no other anomalies out there.’
cloak v. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape x. 110 I don’t think so, Captain. It was almost as if the humanoid cloaked.
commlink n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape i. 7 ‘Both officers on board, Captain.’ Ensign Hoffman’s mellifluous voice sounded tinny through her comm link from the transporter room.
holodeck n. 1996 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Klingon xvii. 160 I'll talk to Geordi about the possibility of turning Gowron’s story into a holodeck program to train Federation personnel.
jump v. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape iv. 39 She turned to Kim. ‘We had to have done something to trigger this ship to jump. We need to find that trigger.’
phaser n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape v. 52 ‘Phasers on stun,’ Torres said softly to Kim while not slowing down. ‘Make it back to that ship and hold it secure. Understood?’
prime directive n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape xxii. 223 She knew that with the same bone-deep certainty she had had when she had stared in the face of the Prime Directive and decided to strand her people in the Delta Quadrant rather than take the easy route home.
scanner n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape xi. 117 First he used the instrument to scan the plate. Then he swept the scanner over the entire area.
shield n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape i. 7 Every ounce of power B’Elanna could find in the poor, beat-up shuttle she directed at the forward shields, but she knew it would never be enough.
shield n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape i. 5 ‘With the shields at twenty percent, even a small impact could prove disastrous.’ Tuvok spoke the obvious with the sincerity of a man giving a speech before the Federation.
starfleet n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape xxiv. 240 Torres recognized her own about-face. ‘Believe me, Captain, after this experience, Starfleet looks almost good to me.’
starship n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape xxi. 207 Starship? They called these things starships. The word evoked night skies filled with stars, warm jungle air around him, and birds chirping in nearby trees. Some poetry, then, to these people.
time paradox n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape xxii. 225 And this would not set up a time paradox.
Vulcan n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape xx. 203 Paris glanced at him, then did a double take. The Vulcan actually looked relieved.
warp drive n. 1995 D. W. Smith & K. K. Rusch Star Trek Voyager: Escape i. 10 We are short of most parts, the replicators are functioning only on an emergency basis, and the warp drive is down over fifty percent. Is that a fairly accurate assessment?