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Giannis Antetokounmpo, who often teleports from halfcourt to the rim with a single dribble and somehow produces in the paint like Shaq despite having a Stretch Armstrong-like elasticity.
Players’ hands float in midair as they vault across virtual space, crudely teleporting from point to point.
He’s a preternaturally instinctual defender, and at times he appears gifted with the ability to teleport into passing lanes.
A Swiss group, for example, used China’s data to synthesize SARS-CoV-2’s entire genome in the lab, essentially instantly teleporting it into their hands without having to wait for physical samples.
Sneaky spheresA classic gimmick, Murphy’s Cup and Balls lets quick-handed performers “teleport” wool orbs between aluminum containers as they slide them around a table.
They're just finding out their powers—one is a telepath, another levitates, a third is a teleport.
WHAT ROUGH BEAST?JEFFERSON HIGHE
We'll need more televisor machines, more teleport machines, some for use on Mars and Venus, others for the Jovian moons.
EMPIRECLIFFORD DONALD SIMAK
He could teleport parts from it; he could hold other parts more tightly together by using the same power.
EARTH ALERT!KRIS NEVILLE
If the same rule holds for the aliens as for us, I don't think they would have time to teleport it away.
EARTH ALERT!KRIS NEVILLE
Malone thought, if you put handcuffs on a teleport, would the handcuffs vanish when the teleport did?
OUT LIKE A LIGHTGORDON RANDALL GARRETT

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