bionic man


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Noun1.bionic man - a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devicesbionic man - a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devices; "a cyborg is a cybernetic organism"
machine - an efficient person; "the boxer was a magnificent fighting machine"
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ADRIAN Jones, the 'bionic man' of Birmingham table tennis, due to his titanium replacements in both knees and a hip, is determined to make his mark on the national veteran scene in 2019/20.
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Summary: Future of bionics includes ways to allow for individuals to design themselves, says bionic man
Digital Monday, Disc September 4 The Bionic Man meets Bergerac in this telly detective spoof which is well suited to the small screen where the deliberately cheap design more accurately apes the TV shows it's lampooning.
He is not the Six Million Dollar Man or the Bionic Man. He is not a robot,' Andanar said on Wednesday at the weekly Kapihan sa Manila Bay.
TUNE into this telly detective spoof, where the Bionic Man meets Bergerac.
Hugh, who's also known as Bionic Man, Is a blomechatronlcs researcher and elite rock climber.
Bionic man Chris Swailes - who became Wembley's oldest ever finalist and scorer at 45 - had undergone four heart operations and two retirements before Sunday, but that did not stop him from scoring Morpeth's equaliser.
Still, it's worth it if the bionic man finds his wonder woman.