cyborg

[n] - a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devices
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cyborg

bionic man noun a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devices; `a cyborg is a cybernetic organism`
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cyborg

cyborg A fictional being that is part human and part robot; or a human body, or other organism, whose functions are taken over in part by electromechanical devices. The word was formed in about 1962 from the English elements cyb(ernetic) org(anism). A cyborg is both machine and man, and exists as a result of our social desire to develop new techn
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Cyborg

A cyborg (short for `cybernetic organism`) is a being with both organic and biomechatronic parts. See for example biomaterials, bionics, and biomechatronics. The term was coined in 1960 by Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline. D. S. Halacy`s Cyborg: Evolution of the Superman in 1965 featured an introduction which spoke of a `new frontier` that ...
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cyborg

A human-machine hybrid; 'cyborg' is a contraction of 'cybernetic organism.' In the strictest sense, anyone with a medical implant (such as an artificial pacemaker or cochlear implant) or prosthesis (even including contact lenses or a walking stick), falls into this category. But the term i...
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Cyborg

[album] Cyborg is the second album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1973, and in 2006 was the nineteenth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. All CD issues of this album prior to the 2006 reissue had the tracks `Synphära` and `Chromengel` incorrectly transposed (though the packaging was always printed correctly). `Bu
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Cyborg

[novel] Cyborg is the title of a science fiction/secret agent novel by Martin Caidin which was first published in 1972. The novel also included elements of speculative fiction, and was adapted as the television movie The Six Million Dollar Man, which was followed by a weekly series, and also inspired a spin-off, The Bionic Woman. ==Plot sum
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Cyborg

[disambiguation] A cyborg is a cybernetic organism. Cyborg may also refer to: ==People== ==Comics== ==Games== ==Film and television== ==Music== ==Novels== ==Other uses== ...
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Cyborg

[truck] Cyborg is a monster truck currently racing in the USHRA Monster Jam series. It is owned and driven by Jack Koberna. It is notable in that it is the only two-wheeled drive vehicle on the circuit, and features an independent front suspension, as the front wheels are the two which are not powered.{http://www.monstertrucks-uk.com/cyborg
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Cyborg

[film] ==Plot== A plague known as the living death cripples a civilization already ruined by “anarchy, genocide and starvation.” A small group of surviving scientists and doctors — located in Atlanta, Georgia, home of the CDC — work on a cure to save what’s left of humanity. To complete their work they need information stored on a
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Cyborg

[comics] ==Biography== Victor Stone is the son of Silas and Elinore Stone, a pair of scientists who decide to use him as a test subject for various intelligence enhancement projects. However, while these treatments work and Victor`s IQ grows to genius-levels, he begins to resent this treatment and strikes up a friendship with Ron Evers, a y
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