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She encounters a derelict starship, hostile androids, and — of course — an Alien.
A fair ship on a fair sea soon parts company with a derelict—unless it tows it.
Yet he had gone twice in the fortnight at her call to help her through stormy nights with the derelict.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Erdil is a tiny derelict Christian village situated in the Oramar valley a little above its confluence with the Zab.
A dead ship, a derelict, come to them by merest chance from some unthinkably remote star.
DERELICTALAN EDWARD NOURSE
Eyes turned curiously on the shambling derelict, but the only expression on Newt's face was one of surly defiance to the world.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
When they went on deck again Corregidor Island was astern, rising out of the channel like a derelict battleship.
ISLE O' DREAMSFREDERICK F. MOORE
When I found the police in charge of the motor-car I had left I thought they were merely guarding it as a derelict.
THE GRELL MYSTERYFRANK FROEST
You are too young, and too gifted, to remain here in this sluggish backwater, alongside a derelict like me.
Yet men are as often derelict in furnishing provision for their families as women are lax in its administration.
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON

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