History Literature / LuckyStarr

27th Sep '17 8:45:58 AM tromag
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** Hector Conway and Augustus Henree.

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** Hector Conway and Augustus Henree.Henree were part of a PowerTrio with Lawrence Starr. All three fell in love with the same woman. Hector and Augustus gracefully accepted it when she married Lawrence, and fostered their son after the couple died.
12th Jun '17 11:52:00 AM Omeganian
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* InterserviceRivalry: The Council is strongly opposed by a number of other government branches.
26th Apr '17 8:15:06 PM QuantumReality
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%%* LookBehindYou
18th Feb '17 11:35:24 AM QuantumReality
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* ItIsDehumanizing: A racist Sirian refuses to use "he" as the pronoun to describe Bigman:

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* ItIsDehumanizing: A racist Sirian Sirian, as a rule, refuses to use "he" as the pronoun to describe Bigman:Bigman. He makes his feelings clear in the following quote (ironically using 'him' in the process):
27th Jan '17 8:53:13 AM QuantumReality
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* ExactWords: In one book, an important plot point is [[spoiler:that a capsule with valuable intel data in orbit around a planet is said, by an incomplete transmission received from the ship that launched it, to be in a "normal" orbit -- which is taken to mean "standard", around the planet's equator. The capsule cannot be found until it is realised that "normal" was actually used in the geometric sense -- "perpendicular", a polar orbit.]]

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* ExactWords: In one book, an important plot point is [[spoiler:that that a capsule with valuable intel data in orbit around a planet is said, by an incomplete transmission received from the ship that launched it, to be in a "normal" orbit -- which is taken to mean "standard", around the planet's equator. The [[spoiler:The capsule cannot be found until it is realised that "normal" was actually used in the geometric sense -- "perpendicular", a polar orbit.]]



* FieryRedhead: Bigman.

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* FieryRedhead: Bigman. He is quite unafraid of going toe to toe with people much taller than him, especially if he's been insulted by being called terms like "shorty", et cetera.
27th Jan '17 8:50:02 AM QuantumReality
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* DeliciousDistraction: In ''Oceans of Venus'', [[spoiler:Lucky realizes that the V-frogs seem particularly attracted to petroleum-derived products due to their relative oxygen deficiency. It is this which allows him to break their mental hold at two key points in the story.]]

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* DeliciousDistraction: In ''Oceans of Venus'', [[spoiler:Lucky realizes Lucky notices that the V-frogs seem particularly attracted to petroleum-derived products due to their relative oxygen deficiency. It [[spoiler:It is this which allows him to break their mental hold at two key points in the story.]]
3rd Jan '17 7:51:24 AM QuantumReality
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* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase: Five of the six books in the series have titles of the form "Lucky Starr and the XofY".

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* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase: Five of the six books in the series have titles of the form "Lucky Starr and the XofY".TheXOfY".
3rd Jan '17 7:50:31 AM QuantumReality
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* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase: All si books have titles of the form "Lucky Starr and the XofY".

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* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase: All si Five of the six books in the series have titles of the form "Lucky Starr and the XofY".
3rd Jan '17 7:50:05 AM QuantumReality
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%%* [[CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase Character Name And]] TheXOfY

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%%* [[CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase Character Name And]] TheXOfY* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase: All si books have titles of the form "Lucky Starr and the XofY".
4th Sep '16 7:22:27 PM PaulA
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* VenusIsWet: ''Oceans of Venus'' depicts Venus as an ocean planet with seas and kelp (and domed underwater cities).
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