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future

[′fyü·chər]
(relativity)
For an event in space-time, those events that can be reached by a signal that is emitted at the original event and moves at a speed less than or equal to the speed of light in a vacuum.
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That is, the science-fiction conspiracy between the East and West that has tethered the world to an eternal, futureless present is also a conspiracy of Marx, who, through time travel, has trapped the novel and its unwitting protagonist in a similar temporality.
Danced with the Devil" follows futureless drifter William Wilson, who finds himself a murderer of accident.
1) "The world-city, the land-devouring demon, has set its rootless and futureless men in motion <.
Many of the characters contemplate living their homeland not because they feel the need to adhere to a growing trend, but because their lives seem futureless.
These include growth which is achieved at the cost of environmental degradation and growth which is achieved by undermining of local communities: Futureless Growth and Rootless Growth.
the "hypnotic, futureless day-to-day" of her love affair with
It was love without reason, love for something futureless, love that appeared to exist only to be itself, imperious and all demanding, the kind that would cause him to make a fool of himself in an instant.
And Israel will never be able to justify, even to its closest allies, formalizing its own version of apartheid in the West Bank while turning Palestinians in Gaza into a futureless, stateless people imprisoned on the edge of the Sinai.
While this trial proved revolutionary for Cinderella by automatically granting her high economic status, so it is for Maria who now can move from one trope of Latin American visibility in the transnational cultural market to another: she leaves a quaint but futureless town in the tropics for the vertiginous life of borderless and sublimely brutal narcotrafficking.
conservative place, haunted by its past and futureless.
In both these points, the futureless ending and the absence of a love interest, Michael Clayton resonates with Film Noir.
The sudden severance of the narrator's relationship with her father in the past may have contributed to these intense, futureless amorous relationships in her present.