William Shatner

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antigrav n. 1996 W. Shatner Return v. 29 He felt the abrupt tug of the antigravs pulling on his equipment harness.
antigrav n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger i. 7 Silhouetted against that light, dark figures unleaded crates with antigravs.
Borg n. 1996 W. Shatner Return v. 25 She was the result of Starfleet’s fevered preparations to fight a war against the Borg.
bot n. 1997 W. Shatner Delta Search (1997) 330 He peered over and watched, waited until she was leaping over a ruined pile of laser-bots, just where the controls for the next blast door ought to be. He squeezed the small detonator in his hands… The explosion cleared the rest of the bots and jammed the blast door open permanently.
cloaking device n. 1996 W. Shatner Star Trek: Return 251 Fortunately, the Borg had not determined the weaknesses of the latest generation of Romulan cloaking devices.
commlink n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger x. 86 Picard adjusted his interior comm-link controls.
Earth-normal adj. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger vi. 45 The designers…had specified a cylindrical aquarium, with an Earth-normal saltwater environment.
empathic adj. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger xxi. 169 Troi had been focusing her empathic ability on Chiton Kincaid, Stron, and his wife.
fresher n. 1997 W. Shatner Delta Search (1997) 39 He stood, folded the paper and stuck it in his shirt pocket, then headed for the bathroom to wash his hands… He hummed softly while the fresher sprayed water and odorless disinfectant on his palms.
group mind n. 1996 W. Shatner Return xxxii. 244 He was not inclined to encourage it to change its groupmind.
Klingon n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger iii. 21 The planet’s name was Chal, a Klingon term for Heaven.
laser rifle n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger i. 6 He looked up…expecting to stare into the glowing barrel of a laser rifle.
light-year n. 1996 W. Shatner Return vi. 34 Dozens of light-years from the nearest star, it was simply a collection of asteroidal debris.
mind-meld n. 1996 W. Shatner Return xliii. 321 A mind-meld?…You will be able to draw strength from me.
mind-meld n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger iv. 32 For a father and son not to share a mindmeld was almost unheard of in Vulcan society.
mindmeld v. 1996 W. Shatner Return viii. 63, I have mind-melded with the captain.
nanite n. 1996 W. Shatner Return xiii. 120 The neuronic implant will kill him long before the nanites fatally reconfigure his body.
nanotechnology n. 1996 W. Shatner Return xxvii. 213 But they are clearly nanotechnology intended for medical treatment.
photon torpedo n. 1996 W. Shatner Return ii. 14 They were low-yield photon torpedoes.
positronic adj. 1996 W. Shatner Return xix. 154 His positronic brain had had enough processing time to review the contents of the last four standard years of the journal.
prime directive n. 1996 W. Shatner Return i. 5 Though the ship was beyond salvage, in accordance with the Prime Directive no trace of it could remain on this world.
shapeshifter n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger xxvi. 224 As if some shapeshifter had taken Spock’s form.
starfleet n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger i. 6 His father’s leave from Starfleet had been canceled.
subspace n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger ii. 19 A subspace concussion wave from the Bennett’s imploding warp drive slammed against the Enterprise ’s shields along with the escort’s debris.
terraformed adj. 1996 W. Shatner Return v. 32 The terraformed crater of Mars were sharp with the tang of oxide-rich soil.
tricorder n. 1997 W. Shatner Avenger v. 39 Dr. Andrea M’Benga stepped out, medical tricorder in hand.
Vulcan n. 1996 W. Shatner Return i. 7 Spock had become instrumental in the efforts to reduce those tensions by decades of secret negotiations intended to reconcile the Romulans with the Vulcans.
xenobiology n. 1996 W. Shatner Return xxix. 222 Starfleet’s xenobiology records didn’t either.