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Definition of Cybernetically
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Literary usage of Cybernetically
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1. School Safety: Congressional Hearing edited by James M. Jeffords (2001)
"Rather than just sit on the living room couch and witness a bloodbath on the tube, a child can cybernetically kill on demand—and learn to enjoy it—with a ..."
2. InfoWarCon: International Conference on Information Warfare: Defining the by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"American thinking about the revolution in military affairs was based on grand visions of long-distance wars—push-button conflicts against cybernetically ..."