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futuristic

denoting or relating to design, technology, etc., that is thought likely to be current or fashionable at some future time; ultramodern
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The company will vigorously defend any action brought by Futuristic, as well as actively pursue its own complaints against Futuristic and the other defendants.
However, it was not just the futuristic shape that revolutionised automotive design but also the self-levelling suspension, plus power steering, clutch and brakes that were years ahead of their time.
The Purple Planet attraction takes on a futuristic space station theme, where visitors can step into a world of interstellar fun.
Based upon previous experiences however, the likelihood is that a building constructed in accordance with these designs would have a lifespan of at least 40 years, and thereafter would be demolished and replaced with yet another futuristic building.
V For Verbose, V For Vague or V For Vapid would be equally fitting titles for this futuristic yarn.
THREE architects chosen to imagine how Birmingham's new library might look have come up with futuristic and traditional designs, according to city council leader Mike Whitby.
Both are excellent for aspiring young scientists interested in futuristic topics.
Wilson) is the bully who haunts Marty's past, present, and future, following the time-traveling teen from a high noon showdown to a futuristic high-speed chase.
ARCHITECT Will Alsop, whose futuristic building design The Cloud was ultimately rejected for Liverpool's waterfront, will nevertheless be celebrated in Liverpool tomorrow night.
Crystall chair by Zaha Hadid for Sawaya & Moroni, displaying a talent for futuristic furniture to match her futuristic architecture.
The first exhibition at the Kunsthalle Bern under its new director, the young Belgian curator Philippe Pirotte, was Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven's "Europaisches Zentrum fur Futuristische Kunst" (European Center for Futuristic Art), which employed a multitude of media, ranging from quill drawing to photographic print, wall painting, video projection, and interactive computer.
Besides showing off the futuristic iMac G5--in which the entire computer, optical drive, hard disk, speakers, and power supply dwell inside the 2-inch-thick display--Apple demonstrated how its "digital hub" concept supports learning objectives in the classroom.