Some articles on drones, drone:

The Drones (EP)
... The Drones is the first recording released by Perth band The Drones ... It is a self titled demo EP with a limited run of 500 ...
List Of Beast Machines Characters - Vehicons
... of the planet and overrunning it with his mindless Vehicon drones ... He controls the Aero-Drones ... He controlled the Tank-Drones ...
Spy Streak - Types of Vehicon
... There were six basic types of drone shown in the show Tank-Drones, controlled by Tankor Aero-Drones, controlled by Jetstorm Cycle-Drones, controlled by Thrust Assault-Drones, controlled by Strika Copter-Drone ... of Vehicon was specialized for a particular role for example the tank drones were used for heavy assault, while the Cycle drones were often used for ... Although they did not appear in the show, three more types of drones were introduced in the toyline the Mirage drones, who turned into race cars the Scavenger drones, who transformed into ...
List Of Minor Recurring Characters In Star Trek: Voyager - Azan, Rebi and Mezoti
... In 2376, the Borg cube they were residing on as drones was disabled when all the adult drones on the vessel were killed by a pathogen that was carried on board by another abductee ... The Cube and the five surviving neonatal drones were abandoned by the Collective without their knowledge ... The young drones encountered the U.S.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word drones:

    Jarndyce and Jarndyce drones on. This scarecrow of a suit, has, in course of time, become so complicated that no man alive knows what it means. The parties to it understand it least; but it has been observed that no two Chancery lawyers can talk about it for five minutes, without coming to total disagreement as to all the premises.
    Charles Dickens (1812–1870)

    Just as the queen bee, the highest-ranking, peerless creature of her hive, is surrounded by lowly drones to please her, whereas the workers produce honey, the same way is the one who sits on the throne an equal only to himself, and no one’s companion.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)