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I had no new desk to colonize with my favorite knick-knacks and photos, and I still don’t know what the best office lunch spots are.
The pace at which he envisions these happening in order to make it possible to colonize Mars with a continuous human population requires the kind of rapid recycling and reflying of Super Heavy he described today with this proposed new landing method.
Futurists often say that these visions “colonize the future,” analogous to the colonization of continents belonging to other peoples.
The question for visionary artists, innovative toy makers, and responsible parents is how to avoid cultural imperatives that colonize the future.
They’re now colonizing the TikTok Wild West, and in 2021 the app is fated to evolve into a full-on business model.
We have not spoken of the Chancellor as an argonaut, of the Chancellor as a colonizer.
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Captain John Smith, soldier, colonizer and Virginian planter, writing in 1606 describes two sorts of wild grapes.
The notion, so widely current in this country, that Spain "failed" as a colonizer, arises from a faulty method.
Roberval, French colonizer, 82;commissioned viceroy and lieutenant-general of Canada, 82.
With this inglorious departure ends the career of the first great French colonizer.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION