Miles J. Breuer, M.D.

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alien adj. 1929 J. Williamson & M. J. Breuer Girl From Mars 12 I led him into my study, shut the door, and sat down by my desk. He remained standing, a striking and powerful figure with his mighty, muscular limbs, his strong and prominent features, and his eyes of penetrating brilliance. Then there was the difference I mentioned, the air of alien power and the strange, malign spirit that lurked in the green-black eyes, setting him apart from ordinary men. β€˜Is Pandorina the child of earthly parents?’ he asked harshly, his sharp eyes boring into mine. β€˜Why, what makes you ask that?’ I countered, caught unexpectedly, but unwilling to admit anything. β€˜You have told her that she is not your child. In pallor of skin, color of hair, and luster of eye, she resembles me. But I am not a terrestrial man. I came to earth in a meteor. I am the son of the science of another world, and I know that two other similar meteors fell on the same evening. I was brought up by a farmer named Mason. He lived in the village of Folsom, over toward Camden. He did not, as you have done, lie to his foster-child about his origin. These are the reasons for my question; these, and the fact that Pandorina and I feel an irresistible attraction.’
credit n. [1931 M. J. Breuer & J. Williamson Birth of a New Republic in Amazing Stories Quarterly Winter 25/1 The Assembly met again, made an appropriation of five million credit units to defray the expenses of the war, and issued a call for volunteers to fight for the freedom of the planet.]
deflector n. 1931 M. J. Breuer On Board the Martian Liner in Amazing Stories Mar. 1086/1 They were talking about reaction-motors, meteorite deflectors, three-dimensional sextants, and such things with a fondness that only the two of them felt.
earthly adj. 1929 J. Williamson & M. J. Breuer Girl from Mars 12 Is Pandorina the child of earthly parents?… I came to earth in a meteor.
raise v. 1929 C. W. Harris & M. J. Breuer Baby on Neptune in Amazing Stories Dec. 792/1 They raised their vessel and cruised about, looking for cities, for intelligent beings, and finding nothing but slimy life, settled again.
spaceport n. 1930 M. Breuer & J. Williamson Birth of a New Republic in Amazing Stories Quarterly Winter 29/1 The space-ports at the three great cities, were, of course, occupied or blockaded by the Tellurian fleets; and Doane was obliged to make his bases of operations the lonely craters that once had been pirate strongholds.
space travel n. 1929 C. W. Harris & M. J. Breuer Baby on Neptune in Amazing Stories Dec. 793/2 Noting that you have already made a successful trip to Venus, and not having ourselves as yet conquered the problems of space travel, we invite you to visit us on Neptune.
space traveller n. 1928 M. J. Breuer Letter in Amazing Stories Aug. 468 The serious spot where absence of gravitation would cause trouble is in the semicircular canalds of the inner ear…. The space traveler would be too darned sick to run his machine.
space vehicle n. 1930 M. J. Breuer Fitzgerald Contraction in Science Wonder Stories Jan. 681/2 Or…it might be a space vehicle from a distant planet.
space vessel n. 1929 C. W. Harris & M. J. Breuer Baby on Neptune in Amazing Stories Dec. 798/2 Corrigan moved the space-vessel close to the scene of the tragedy, gradually, with the aid of the infra-red screen.
Tellurian n. 1930 M. J. Breuer & J. Williamson Birth of a New Republic in Amazing Stories Quarterly Winter 29/1 The Tellurians had learned of such difficulties, to their cost, when they attempted to trap Warrington’s army in the crater of Hipparchus by landing the fleet and disembarking soldiers in a circle about him.