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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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Suddenly some explosively positive and futuristically pragmatic policies aboutthe Internet and global e-commerce are creating amazing galaxies of businessnaming.
What's a futuristically set musical without a healthy dose of bleakness?
Furthermore, at its headquarters in Basel Roche is planning to build a huge, futuristically elegant office block to house 2,400 employees and a new research and development building.
We haven't set down to look at things that futuristically.
Orecticists, by contrast [from ethnocentrics] think more dynamically, more futuristically.
Even as faculty and staff understand their role--think futuristically, participate in focus groups and discussions, think "globally" and not just about their individual program or department--they must understand that their role is limited.
No Nouns Futuristically, futuristically, futuristically, Creeping in pettily, pacing daily, All our temporal somethings have lighted foolish ones To journey to dusty, death-like nothing.
At first glance the pathologically fractured and futuristically technohuman subjects appear diametrically opposed, so much so as to signal a new constellation of binary oppositions: fragmentation and synthesis; isolation and collectivity; disembodied (non)subject and cybernetic organism; political dysfunctionality and oppositional agency.
In the Afterword, Sir David Weatherall cites the need, when studying problems of modern genetics, "to distinguish between the important questions and those that are futuristically frivolous" (466).
Mike describes an environment almost too familiar: this "second-echelon American city," Mike points out, is famous for "its harbors and marinas, its university, its futuristically enlightened" computer corporations and "high unemployment" (13).