Like the time—the 'Atropos' came in just after we touched down.
In another second Newton was over and had touched down the ball.
He seemed to have touched down to the bottom of fear and abandonment overnight.
It was another generation that picked up the ball ten years later and touched down in Khartoum.
It touched down here, sir, three weeks ago, and we supplied it with food and missiles and some of us joined it.
She was touched down to that mingling of inner tears and inner laughter, which was her very self.
Every starship had to undergo a rigorous inspection whenever it touched down on Earth.
The Valhalla touched down on Earth at 1753 on the nose, to nobody's very great surprise.
And it did not lessen when, after they touched down, he was taken from the ship under guard.
And they touched down: in the hearts of industrial cities; in farm communities; at military installations.