to travel through space by way of a space warp n.
The Ark…would warp through space to a point a safe distance outside the Argyle I-II system and come in on rocket power.
Earth was ready for him when he warped in.
The little line was followed by a heavier line and then they warped us together, slowly.
Any attempt to make an exact molecular duplicate of a matrix like the one commanding Sharra—is it ninth level or tenth?—would warp half the planet right out of spacetime.
We have to break off our researches here…and go warping off on some fleet maneuver two thousand light-years away.
If it’s excitement you want, we could have you warping all over the galaxy again.
Kirk and his first officer, the logical Mr. Spock…, warp toward the Neutral Zone separating Federation space from the Klingon Empire.
1946 F. Brown in Astounding Science Fiction May
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