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  • An agglomeration of worlds, with great men and women spanning the galaxy in vast ships that traversed the starways as casually as mere Xenexians would cross a street.

    Star TrekĀ® New Frontier

  • I am here to tell you that they can be argued only because the Federation defends the ground on which you argue, and the starways on which you travel to come here.

    The Fate of the Phoenix

  • The starmen had only a brief stay on Earth, with just the shortest opportunity to go down to the Enclave, mingle with starmen from other ships, see a new face, trade news of the starways.

    Starman's Quest

  • _A tale of the prospectors of the starways -- of dangers -- _ by F.E. HARDART

    The Beast of Space

  • I saw now why they called Molo the terror of the starways!

    Wandl the Invader

  • Molo's famous terror of the starways could attain, we dove for the

    Wandl the Invader

  • "But it is my job to keep both the untaken road and the high starways open.

    The Fate of the Phoenix

  • Gallivanting around the starways while us poor humans have to stay home. "

    Dead Giveaway

  • The terror of the starways, your world called me. "

    Wandl the Invader

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  • In Guardians of the Galaxy Thanos says to Ronan, "Fail again and I will bathe the starways with your blood."

    April 21, 2017