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  • n. Plural form of avatar.

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Examples

  • We have always had the same taste in avatars though.

    THE MUSLIMS ARE PROBLY GONNA HATE THIS

  • I guess looking at avatars is just not that important to me.

    Yahoo Plans New Name and Features for MyBlogLog

  • Just the sort of thing I was thinking for @chinposin. (tags: chinposin avatars standards hcard) [...]

    Raising the standard for avatars | FactoryCity

  • One of his avatars is dictating a story to one of several amenuenses (sp?), who objects to one element.

    Maybe this is what Susan Patron was thinking.

  • My interest in avatars isn't new but has resurfaced as I write my follow up piece to "The Web is not forever .... part 1".

    MyDesktop -> MyBlog -> MySpace -> MyAvatar -> myme

  • One program, Reynard, for example, has signed contracts with five research teams, mostly from major universities, to develop systems to observe "avatars" - animated computer images - that take part in popular "virtual world" games such as "Second Life" and "World of Warcraft."

    statesman.com - Highschool

  • One program, Reynard, for example, has signed contracts with five research teams, mostly from major universities, to develop systems to observe "avatars" - animated computer images - that take part in popular "virtual world" games such as Second Life and World of Warcraft.

    Free Internet Press

  • Advanced technologies of the future provide a solution in the form of "avatars" - biological organisms created by blending DNA from the Na'vi with DNA from human subjects.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • The chart-topping trio of Keisha Buchanan, Heidi Range and Amelle Berrabah will not only be wowing the party - hosted by TV star George Lamb - with an intimate set of new material from the forthcoming album, but will also be meeting their very own 'avatars' - totally interactive, speaking caricatures of themselves that will represent their online profile on Xbox LIVE.

    Latest News - TeamXbox

  • The idea of "avatars" - three-dimensional representations of the self rendered in pixels, often fantastical or surreal in nature - wandering through a computer-generated environment has been explored in the science-fiction novels of Neal Stephenson, William Gibson, and Bruce Sterling, among others.

    Gawker: Valleywag

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