= ET n.
The brotherly love he instilled in them made every buyer, Earth homo or Eetee, ashamed to jack up the price against his neighbor.
Oh Mesmerist from Mimas! in Planet Stories Jan. 96/2
I was knocked out the first time when we finally put the eetees—Venusians and Martians and Outer Jovians—into the Grand Assembly. But the non-human peoples are still there and I came back.
Double Star in Astounding Science Fiction Apr. 143/2
The lamp was in the table’s center, and cast light on the alien faces, shadow on the alien backs. They glowed, surreal eetee scarecrows.
Border Town in Amazing Stories July 83/2
Eetees with a complex culture and an isolationist sentiment.
1996 Interzone May 8/1
She couldn’t see any sign of Eetee organisation—no industrial smog, no large structures, no radio or other signals.
Come in before you mistake Susan for an eetee.
Fear Gun in Asimov’s Science Fiction July 99
Roger Dee in Planet Stories
Research HistoryMike Christie submitted a cite from a 1976 reprint of Robert Heinlein's "Double Star". Mark Shawhan confirmed this cite in a 1957 reprint, and Tom Whitmore subsequently confirmed the cite in the 1956 first magazine publications.
Michael Dolbear submitted a cite from a 1989 reprint of C.J.Cherryh's 1988 "Cyteen".
Jesse Sheidlower submitted a 1953 cite from Roger Dee in Planet Stories.
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