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In [[Diane Duane]]'s novel ''[[Spock's World]]'', Lieutenant {{mb|Meshav}}, a Sulamid, is described as having "''an octocameral brain, which meant s/he might manifest up to eight personalities. S/he tried to restrain herself from doing this too often, citing (as Jim had heard it put it) 'pity for the poor single-mindeds.' All the same, a poker game with Meshav was an interesting experience, especially considering that one personality was completely capable of hiding the contents of one's hand from all the others... not to mention from any opponent.''"
 
In [[Diane Duane]]'s novel ''[[Spock's World]]'', Lieutenant {{mb|Meshav}}, a Sulamid, is described as having "''an octocameral brain, which meant s/he might manifest up to eight personalities. S/he tried to restrain herself from doing this too often, citing (as Jim had heard it put it) 'pity for the poor single-mindeds.' All the same, a poker game with Meshav was an interesting experience, especially considering that one personality was completely capable of hiding the contents of one's hand from all the others... not to mention from any opponent.''"
   
The comic-book story "[[Star Trek: The Next Generation - Perchance to Dream|Perchance to Dream]]" involves several personalities harbored by [[Jean-Luc Picard]] in addition to his own; [[Sarek]], [[Kamin]], and [[Locutus of Borg]].
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The comic-book story "[[Perchance to Dream]]" involves several personalities harbored by [[Jean-Luc Picard]] in addition to his own; [[Sarek]], [[Kamin]], and [[Locutus of Borg]].
   
 
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