bioborg
 n.— «We’re strange animals—animals that have modified their minds with external technologies. Even without the technologies we’re what I call “bioborgs.” We have toolkit brains containing beautifully coordinated subsystems that get on with the job of interacting with the world, only sometimes reporting back to consciousness.» —“Q & A: I, robot? No, you cyborg!” by Gary Kemble ABC News: Articulate (Australia) June 17, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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