Did you mayhaps mean matryoshka?
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“Jason Brammer's hand-painted eyeball matrioshka, "The Watchers," is a fine addition to the genre of crazy-awesome stuff you can do with blank nested dolls.”
“Note 103: "Nesting" entails the placement of memory images one within the next, as in a Russian matrioshka doll.”
“While exploring the pre-technological world Midgarth, one of four dozen pocket universes created within a series of vast, orbital matrioshka computer arrays, Aristide uncovers a fiendish plot threatening to set off a nightmare scenario, perhaps even bringing about the ultimate Existential Crisis: the end of civilization itself.”
“On the edge of Red Square, an enterprising vendor is selling traditional Russian matrioshka dolls featuring portraits of Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev.”
“There's talking cats, magic in the any sufficiently advanced technology sense swords, immense matrioshka array AI, multi bodies, reincarnation, zombies, and weaponry and conflict that would certainly make Doc Smith and Edmond Hamilton pretty happy.”
“In the ruins of the matrioshka brain things were stirring: Von Neumann machines twisted by time and the slow poison of a storm of radiation, the evolutionary descendants of the machines that had dismantled a solar system.”
“Like a shallow matrioshka doll, inside the box was the”
“A matrioshka-like nesting bowl captured Brownlee's fancy, then railed against the aesthetics of bacon.”
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“Russian Vogue's 10th anniversary, some of the world's foremost designers have lent their talents to design some special matrioshka dolls to commemorate the occasion.”
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