Time Traveler

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List Of Haruhi Suzumiya Characters - SOS Brigade Members
... After which, they begin on many journeys throughout time and space ... She almost never shows any emotions, but there are times when she shows interest in certain things, such as programming computer games and playing them ... Yuki is well-acquainted with time travel and that Mikuru is a time traveler ...
Arthur Dietrich
... season, and was slowly phased into the show over the third season, becoming a full-time regular by season 4 ... then angrily replies, "Got it on ya?" At times Dietrich fudges a bit when a suspect with multiple personality disorder is brought in, Dietrich ... and asked a routine question as to when and where he was born, he responds, "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away," the famous opening words of Star Wars’ scrolling prologue ...
The Adventures Of Dr. Mc Ninja - Story Arcs - Army of One
... In the process of amalgamating the clones back into one person, a time-traveler from the future arrives and destabilizes the machine used to bring them together, causing ... The time traveler's suit is damaged during the explosion, sending him back to 1979 ... The time traveler is revealed as Chuck Goodrich, whose mission is to prevent Franklin's Zombie Ninja Apocalypse ...
Time Traveler - Music
... Time Traveler, a 2006 album by Rahul Sharma Time Traveller, a 2011 album by Chris Norman Time Traveller (album), a 1994 compilation set by The Moody Blues Time Traveller ...

Famous quotes containing the words traveler and/or time:

    It is remarkable, but on the whole, perhaps, not to be lamented, that the world is so unkind to a new book. Any distinguished traveler who comes to our shores is likely to get more dinners and speeches of welcome than he can well dispose of, but the best books, if noticed at all, meet with coldness and suspicion, or, what is worse, gratuitous, off-hand criticism.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The time you won your town the race
    We chaired you through the market-place;
    Man and boy stood cheering by,
    And home we brought you shoulder-high.
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)