Bionic Man


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Bionic Man

superman of the technological age. [TV: “The Six Million Dollar Man” in Terrace, II: 294–295]
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The bionic man has a functioning heart developed by SynCardia Systems in Tucson, Ariz.
As it turns out, this bionic man comes cheaper than his $6-million-dollar sci-fi cousin.
The artificial man was assembled by a team of leading roboticists for a Channel 4 documentary, How To Build A Bionic Man.
The artificial man was assembled by a team of leading robotics experts for a new Channel 4 documentary, 'How To Build A Bionic Man,' Sky News reported.
Rex stands two metres and has a life-like face made by leading roboticists for the TV programme, How to Build a Bionic Man, a Channel 4 documentary.
A bionic man, which has artificial organs, synthetic blood and robotic limbs, has gone on display at London's Science Museum.
Bill Shannon dances like a new bionic man made of metal and flesh with a hip-hop heart.
The actor played scientist Dr Rudy Wells in the 1970s TV series, who made the bionic man - and later, woman - possible.
BIONIC man Andy Murray shows he is the Steve Austin of tennis by sporting hi-tech ankle straps - as he makes his comeback from a BACK inury.
God Save the Queen rang out across the Marketa Stadium after Woffinden produced a gating masterclass to head Poland's Krzysztof Kasprzak and the bionic man Nicki Pedersen, who bagged a bronze medal, despite riding with a broken arm.
OK, the striker had not played in a while and had more work done on him than Steve Austin, the Bionic Man, but supporters again put their faith in Mackay's judgement and they were right to.
Now, for a mere one million dollars, you can make an entire bionic man.