Margaret Wander Bonanno

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airlock n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible xi.233 A slight, athletic figure…braved his way through the RihanFed Border Station toward the helmeted and heavily armed sentry at the single airlock.
beam v. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible viii.181 He signalled the flagship to beam him aboard.
cloaking device n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible viii. 191 My last atonement for the loss of the cloaking device.
deflector n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible ii. 44 Vulcan cities were deflector screened against the worst weather.
disruptor n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible i. 23 His two lieutenants drew their disruptors as he casually produced a hypospray from a pocket of his uniform tunic.
humanoid n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible Prologue 4 In the transporter room where the first shore leave party had gathered, three crewmen whom the humanoids aboard took to be Vulcans exchanged lightning glances.
null-grav adj. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible i. 10 Lounging around the null-grav pool during their offshift.
null-grav adj. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible i.10 Jim Kirk announced to all and sundry lounging around the null-grav pool during their offshift.
outworlder n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible viii. 158 The outworlder need not know.
outworlder n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible ii. 30 Cleante knew that as a newcomer, an outworlder on probation as it were she risked a breach of Vulcan propriety
outworlder n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible i.7 For the outworlder such stylized behavior.
psionic adj. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible i. 24 His psionic impulses exploded dangerously into her consciousness.
sentient adj. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible i.8 She had been instructed from birth in the equality of all sentient life forms.
stunner n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible iv.84 They had grappled for the stunner with which he’d hoped to take the old dragon down without pain.
subspace n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible v. 90 Meanwhile, you do a chatter blitz on the subspace channels, the gossip wavelength.
time warp n. 1985 M. W. Bonanno Dwellers in Crucible i. 14 Voting from deep space was a sometimes sticky procedure, complicated by time-warp distortions, differing residency laws from planet to planet, and the difficulty of sending secret ballots on hyperchannel.
warp speed n. 1968 ‘L. Cronin’ Spock’s Brain (Star Trek episode) (transcription) Scott I’ve never seen anything like it. He’s operating at warp speed. I’d like a try at that teacher myself.