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  • Thursday, March 12, 2009 4:52:00 AM sengers said...

    What theory in HCI is about Erik Stolterman 2009

  • Blaine might reach his terminus in Topeka doing six hundred miles an hour instead of eight hundred, but his last load of pas-sengers would be toothpaste either way.

    Wizard and Glass King, Stephen 1997

  • ROBOT ADEPT | 119 sengers to the orbiting station, where they boarded the interplanetary vessels.

    Robot Adept Anthony, Piers 1988

  • Priscilla had sent me her photograph, and I recognized her at once among the many detraining pas - sengers.

    Tales From The Secret Annex Frank, Anne 1983

  • Jorn was momentarily startled; it had not occurred to him that the interior of the ship might be fully litalthough, since she had no ports, there was no reason why she shouldn't have been; and besides, her pas - sengers had been living aboard her ever since she was finished.

    And all the Stars a Stage Blish, James 1960

  • Huon arose then, his comely face shining with pride and pleasure, and said to'the King's mes - sengers:

    Huon of the Horn Norton, Andre 1951

  • He went forward and started tinkering with the ship's transmitter, while Hilton busied himself checking the heat - ers and cabin air pressure, leaving the two remaining pas - sengers looking at each other a little thoughtfully.

    The Sands of Mars Clarke, Arthur C. 1951

  • As I was the only doctor among the pas - sengers, the child was turned over to me.

    The Story of a Pioneer Shaw, Anna Howard, 1847-1919 1929

  • We were with five hundred emigrants on the lowest deck of the ship but one, and as the storm grew wilder an unreasoning terror filled our fellow-pas - sengers.

    The Story of a Pioneer Shaw, Anna Howard, 1847-1919 1929

  • So, when the train reached Havre de Grace, all the first-class pas - sengers had to get out of the carriages and into a ferry-boat, to be ferried across the Susquehanna river, and take the train on the opposite side.

    Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom Craft, William 1860


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