1943C. D. SimakHunch in Astounding Science-Fiction July 19/1
It was a roundabout way, a long way, an awkward way to read the language of Mars, Monk reflected. Martian to Jovian to Earthian. But it was better than no way at all.
1939C. D. SimakCosmic Engineers in Astounding Science-Fiction Apr. 142/2
Swinging in a great, erratic orbit on the very edge of this nebulalike mass of raw planetary matter was a planet, a planet which they recognized. One of the planets of their old home star, fourth out from the Sun. It had been stolen from their Sun, now was swinging in an orbit of its own.
1950C. D. SimakTime Quarry in Galaxy Science Fiction Oct. 18/1
Across the board stood a beautifully machined robotic. The man reached out a hand, thoughtfully played his knight. The robotic clicked and chuckled. It moved a pawn.
1932C. D. SimakMutiny on Mercury in Wonder Stories Mar. 1174/1
It was plainly up to him to destroy the transport. It was too dangerous to leave it in the hands of the mutineers. With it, they could leave Mercury. It was the only space-going ship on the planet.
1932C. D. SimakHellhounds of the Cosmos in Astounding Stories June 342/1
You propose to warp a third-dimensional being into a fourth dimension. How can a third-dimensional thing exist there? You said a short time ago that only a specified dimension could exist on one single plane.