Synonyms for cetagandan or Related words with cetagandan

skolian              barrayaran              barrayar              taiidan              garlean              galra              archadian              orcish              beklan              dilgar              drengin              transbaal              scarran              guylos              andromedan              komarr              ildiran              irken              hephthalite              sangheili              aquilonian              sardaukar              khwarezmid              terran              chiss              narn              zenebas              naboo              kzinti              khund              polypontian              dalmasca              miyeritar              gwyneddan              edenia              vaygr              cardassian              romulan              throneworld              witchland              iuz              lordaeron              tepanec              noghri              gittish              tyranid              drule              phyrexian              rozwi              britannian             



Examples of "cetagandan"
Miles and Ivan are sent to the home world of the Cetagandan Empire to represent Barrayar at an Imperial funeral, and quickly become entangled in a murderous Cetagandan plot. Collected in the omnibus edition "Miles, Mystery, and Mayhem".
Center of the eight-planet Cetagandan Empire; the culture is based on genetic engineering.
One of the eight planets of the Cetagandan Empire, it connects to Vervain.
One of the eight planets of the Cetagandan Empire, it connects to Komarr.
Shortly after the first Cetagandan Invasion, Piotr sided with Ezar Vorbarra to overthrow Mad Emperor Yuri.
One of the eight planets of the Cetagandan Empire, it connects to Vega Station.
One of the planets lying off of the Hegen Hub; briefly invaded by the Cetagandan Empire.
One of the eight planets of the Cetagandan Empire, it connects to Marilac.
The Ghem are the lower aristocracy of the Cetagandan Empire in Lois McMaster Bujold's science-fiction series, the Vorkosigan Saga
Eighty years prior to the Vorkosigan Saga, Barrayar was invaded by Cetaganda. As the only entrance to Barrayar was through Komarr, the Cetagandan empire bought Komarran cooperation. Cetagandan forces occupied Barrayar for twenty years but were eventually driven out of Barrayaran space. After thirty years of recovery and technological regrowth, Barrayaran forces poured through the wormhole to invade Komarr for three main reasons:
The Cetagandan Empire comprises eight planets, each referred to as a satrapy. Each planet is ruled by a Haut Governor. These positions are rotated by five year terms to prevent the governors from developing a power base. The historic Cetagandan occupation of Barrayar is referred to by Cetegandans as the Ninth Satrapy.
Eighty years prior to the Vorkosigan Saga, Barrayar was invaded by Cetaganda. As the only entrance to Barrayar was through Komarr, the Cetagandan empire bought Komarran cooperation. Cetagandan forces occupied Barrayar for twenty years but were eventually driven out of Barrayaran space. After thirty years of recovery and technological regrowth, Barrayaran forces poured through the wormhole to invade Komarr for three main reasons:
In the novel "A Civil Campaign", it is revealed that some Cetagandans had children with Barrayarans during the Cetagandan occupation, and that such children, and their descendants, are looked down upon. Genetic testing can reveal the Cetagandan origins due to some genetically engineered genes.
Realizing that an unknown enemy is trying to frame him and Barrayar, Miles forms an unusual alliance with Rian Degtiar, the "Handmaiden of the Star Crèche", who is charged with the duties of Empress until the new one is chosen. Miles solves the complex mystery and stops a plot to fragment the Cetagandan Empire into eight dangerously expansionist-minded parts. Then, much to his chagrin, he is publicly awarded the Order of Merit, one of the very highest Cetagandan honors, by the Emperor himself. He also picks up clues to a Cetagandan genetic experiment, which becomes the object of much skulduggery in "Ethan of Athos".
A planet near Marilac and Illyrica; it is cautious regarding the neighboring Cetagandan Empire and officially neutral regarding them. Barrayar has an embassy there.
House Cordonah controls one of Jackson's Whole's jumppoints. The Baronne is half-Cetagandan and the Baron is Komarran. They have 10 children. The House was traditionally regarded as an unofficial Cetagandan ally until the Cordonahs were ousted from power by another House. They receive Barrayaran support in retaking control and become a covert Barrayaran ally. One of their children marries Lord Ivan Vorpatril ("Captain Vorpatril's Alliance").
Occupied by the Cetagandan Empire; eventually regained its independence, thanks in part to covert Barrayaran aid. Never seen firsthand in the saga. Marilac goes through all three phases in the course of the series. Pre-invasion, a Marilac ambassador scoffs at the notion of a Cetagandan invasion in one book. The next time we meet Marilac characters, they are POWs and their planet is under occupation. Finally, we learn of Marilac's liberation in the news.
The Haut are the ruling and highest class aristocracy of the Cetagandan Empire in Lois McMaster Bujold's sci-fi series, the Vorkosigan Saga. They feature heavily in the novel "Cetaganda".
Product (originally labelled as L-X-10-Terran-C) of a Cetagandan genetic project to create telepaths; the project was contracted to House Bharaputra. His story is told in "Ethan of Athos".
A planet not far from Earth, it is principally known for ordering the Dendarii Free Mercenary Fleet to leave very abruptly after a failed Cetagandan assassination attempt against Admiral Naismith.