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This is one of numerous subplots Melo weaves together in a script which leaves several loose ends carelessly dangling but does feel like an organic emanation of the particular place and culture depicted.
Thus, the Third Reich was the emanation of a collective as well as an individual’s imagination.
Billowing burnouts and thunderous emanations are standard equipment on the Challenger SRT siblings.
As the two descended to the sidewalk, Thread emanations rose from half-a-dozen half-dazed dancers and their Volunteer captives like steam or transparent smoke or heat, invisible to the eye but easy enough to detect with the right senses.
Interspersed with radio emissions from stars, the astronomers were surprised to find the characteristic heat emanations from some six million solar masses of dust.
Additional equipment and improvements will be incorporated as necessary (test-fix-retest methodology) to ensure systems are adequately shielded, bonded, and/or separated to eliminate any compromising emanations.
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