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So when wildfire smoke wafts over cityscapes, a boost of nitrous oxides could jump-start ozone production again, Xu says.

The vistas include Mondrian-inspired constructions and a surrealistic cityscape whose gridded map is the base for industrial metal pieces set upright to impersonate skyscrapers.

The movie’s most enduring image is that of a man and woman—wearing what appears to be 19th or early 20th century dress—wrapped in one another’s arms, floating through the grayed skies high above a cityscape.

From Time

In these cases, advertisers can programmatically place ads on billboards in a virtual cityscape or in a stadium setting in a sports game.

From Digiday

It was done in an attempt to outrun the virus, as well as to give themselves more space in a new remote working world, trading cityscapes for the suburbs.

From Digiday

“It is a virtual dictionary of the cityscape of Los Angeles,” Tarsia says.

What I need is noise, exhaust, and a cityscape of cab drivers honking and swearing at people.

Once she was in front of the open door, with the Berlin cityscape rapidly passing by outside, he attacked her again.

The show began when a set of dusty black curtains creaked open to reveal a futuristic cityscape as the backdrop.

Instead of exploring a cityscape, the project lets you take a virtual stroll through rooms in great museums.

One realized that habit had given us a sense of proportion to the cityscape.

But it does not take him long to note the absence of wide boulevards and the lack of ensemble in the cityscape.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cityscape, such as: art, canvas, composition, depiction, landscape, and mural.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.