Made them taste the rich blood surrogate on which it fed.
A young Beta-Minus mechanic was busy with screw-driver and spanner on the blood-surrogate pump of a passing bottle.
The surrogate goes round slower; therefore passes through the lung at longer intervals; therefore gives the embryo less oxygen.
We slacken off the circulation when they’re right way up, so that they’re half starved, and double the flow of surrogate when they’re upside down.
They say somebody made a mistake when he was still in the bottle–thought he was a Gamma and put alcohol into his blood-surrogate.
Not even if it were true about the alcohol in his blood-surrogate.
It’s real morocco-surrogate.
Whereas Bernard … "Alcohol in his blood-surrogate," was Fanny’s explanation of every eccentricity.
"Oh, and that reminds me," she said, as she came back from the bathroom, "Fanny Crowne wants to know where you found that lovely green morocco-surrogate cartridge belt you gave me."
For whatever the cause (and the current gossip about the alcohol in his blood-surrogate may very likely–for accidents will happen–have been true) Bernard’s physique was hardly better than that of the average Gamma.
Described the artificial maternal circulation installed in every bottle at Metre 112; showed them the reservoir of blood-surrogate, the centrifugal pump that kept the liquid moving over the placenta and drove it through the synthetic lung and waste product filter.
It’s the alcohol they put in his surrogate.
There was no more talk of the alcohol in his blood-surrogate, no gibes at his personal appearance.
It was a trio for hyper-violin, super-cello and oboe-surrogate that now filled the air with its agreeable languor.
And when, exhausted, the Sixteen had laid by their saxophones and the Synthetic Music apparatus was producing the very latest in slow Malthusian Blues, they might have been twin embryos gently rocking together on the waves of a bottled ocean of blood-surrogate.
Lenina suddenly felt all the sensations normally experienced at the beginning of a Violent Passion Surrogate treatment–a sense of dreadful emptiness, a breathless apprehension, a nausea.
Flood-lighted, its three hundred and twenty metres of white Carrara-surrogate gleamed with a snowy incandescence over Ludgate Hill; at each of the four corners of its helicopter platform an immense T shone crimson against the night, and from the mouths of twenty-four vast golden trumpets rumbled a solemn synthetic music.
On the table under the window lay a massive volume bound in limp black leather-surrogate, and stamped with large golden T’s.
You cannot pour upper-caste champagne-surrogate into lower-caste bottles.
Violent Passion Surrogate.
From the Social Predestination Room the escalators went rumbling down into the basement, and there, in the crimson darkness, stewingly warm on their cushion of peritoneum and gorged with blood-surrogate and hormones, the foetuses grew and grew or, poisoned, languished into a stunted Epsilonhood.
(The embryo is hungry; day in, day out, the blood-surrogate pump unceasingly turns its eight hundred revolutions a minute.
What can be the matter with the fellow?" he wondered, and, shaking his head, decided that the story about the alcohol having been put into the poor chap’s blood-surrogate must be true.
The slower but infinitely surer methods of ectogenesis, neo-Pavlovian conditioning and hypnopaedia …" And round her waist she wore a silver-mounted green morocco-surrogate cartridge belt, bulging (for Lenina was not a freemartin) with the regulation supply of contraceptives.
Sometimes, you know, the standard passion surrogate isn’t quite …"
Pale, distraught, abject and agitated, he moved among his guests, stammering incoherent apologies, assuring them that next time the Savage would certainly be there, begging them to sit down and take a carotene sandwich, a slice of vitamin A pâté, a glass of champagne-surrogate.
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