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HADS stands for Hostile Action Displacement System

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(Hostile Action Displacement System), which the Doctor activates in The Krotons but then never again throughout the course of his television adventures...
Why wasn't the Tardis destroyed by the Daleks? how exactly did it survive? Four words: Hostile Action Displacement System. The HADS, as the Doctor often likes to ca...
He asked the Russians for a ride. The TARDIS vanished as a result of the Hostile Action Displacement System, which the Doctor restored after years of disuse.
Four words: Hostile Action Displacement System. The HADS, as the Doctor often likes to ca; Paul Hollywood: I'm not as mean as Bake Off edit me.
quot;The Hostile Action Displacement System" - That's a little "Plot Convenience Playhouse", isn't it? I can't recall that it was ever mentioned again...
The Hostile Action Displacement System. If the TARDIS is attacked, it automatically dematerialises. Now, I think it's safe for us to move now.
The Hostile Action Displacement System (HADS) has been properly implemented now. Taking up one of the two remaining 'unused levers', the HADS will automatically...
HOSTILE ACTION DISPLACEMENT SYSTEM (HADS) When the Krotons turned the power of the Dynatrope against the TARDIS, it dematerialized and rematerialized in a...
Review: Doctor Who: Cold War. Posted by Rebecca Miller on Apr 22, 2013 in Reviews, TV; (Hostile Action Displacement System). It was last seen in The Krotons.
#39;ere, I haven't got it, but did they get the name of the Hostile Action Displacement System correct in the newest Doctor Who RPG?
The gimmick that brought the TARDIS back together, the Hostile Action Displacement System, was first introduced in the Patrick Troughton story...
The Fourth Dimension: TARDIS Accessibility links. Skip; The Doctor's TARDIS includes a HADS - a defence mechanism standing for hostile action displacement system.
Hostile Action Displacement System. Miscellaneous » Unclassified : Rate it: HADS: Hospital Anxiety and Depression scales. Medical » Hospitals; Know what is HADS?
A page for describing Recap: Doctor Who S33 E8 "Cold War". Written by Mark Gatiss; The Hostile Action Displacement System has returned, and it works, sort of.
CraftingChasm hasn't shared anything on this page with you. Search; Images; Maps; Play; YouTube; the HADS (hostile action displacement system)...
That Sinking Feeling STORY 237: COLD WAR; having left as a result of the activation of the Hostile Action Displacement System, or HADS...
quot;Hostile Action Displacement System. She's gonna keep jumping between locations until I send the all-clear signal." "Demons!" the warriors shouted and moved...
TARDIS 2.4-beta teaser - Hostile Action Displacement System. from Eccentric Devotion 2 years ago Not Yet Rated. Teaser for the Bukkit plugin TARDIS.
What is the enhancement in mind? HADS (Hostile Action Displacement System) How should it look and feel? If the player's TARDIS should come under heavy attack the...
The HADS (Hostile Action Displacement System) is mentioned. The State of Temporal Grace is mentioned as the Doctor has repaired it...
The HADS: The Hostile Action Displacement System. (via doctorwho) 1 year ago / 6,338 notes. c v. j. Posted 1 year ago. Permalink ( 209 notes ). amexxvphotography...
Previously, a Hostile Action Displacement System has been referred to as being on the TARDIS. In the Eleventh Doctor story "Cold War"...
doctorwho: The TARDIS looks in better shape than these Daleks, thanks to the Hostile Action Displacement System.
The Hostile Action Displacement System! If the TARDIS comes under attack, gunfire, time winds, the; sea, it; relocates! Clara: Oh, Doctor...
Hostile Action Displacement System; Scanner; Link to the Eye of Harmony (Pre-Time War only) TARDIS coral (unofficial name) TARDIS Index File; TARDIS key; Translation...
Locked The TARDIS Key; have the ability to act as a locator for the TARDIS in case you misplace it or the Hostile Action Displacement System causes it to relocate...
(Hostile Action Displacement System - as seen in The Krotons) was activated. This system enables the TARDIS to react to external threats and dangerous...
Added 'Hostile Action Displacement System' (HADS); The TARDIS console 'world-repeater' now always travels within the current world when on the 1-tick setting...
The Doctor volunteers and plans to escape by using the TARDIS Hostile Action Displacement System (HADS) that much used device from early TV shows.
The Hostile Action Displacement System (HADS) can be found on all Type 38 and later TARDISes. If the HADS has been enabled by setting it in standby mode then the...
What saved the blue box from obliteration? Four words: Hostile Action Displacement System...
("Hostile Action Displacement System"), which the Doctor admits he reactivated by accident while fiddling with the controls. As they are at the North Pole...
In Series 7, Part 2, Episode 3, known as "The Cold War" we see that The Doctor has reactivated the H.A.D.S., or the Hostile Action Displacement System.