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  • The future looked so bright that he predicted to an industry group in 1952 that TVs of the future would have printed circuit boards instead of tubes, have three-dimensional images, and be atomic-powered.

    Son of Founder Turned Motorola Into Cellphone Giant

  • That's particularly true of Stark, who supplemented his failing heart with an atomic-powered energizer that also powers his Iron Man suit.

    Marshall Fine: Movie review: Iron Man 2

  • (Soundbite of newsreel) Unidentified Man (Announcer): At Groton, Connecticut, a new naval era dawns with the launching of the Nautilus, one of the largest submarines ever built, and the first atomic-powered craft in history ...

    Sci-Fi Inspires Engineers To Build Our Future

  • Thanks to plastic and a little glue, the clumsiest kid (me) could build splendidly detailed models of Mars passenger rockets and atomic-powered automobiles and many other things that would never be realized.

    Future Schlock

  • Xenoboy was tearing hell through the steel mob, like an atomic-powered buzz saw, leaving shrapnel in his wake.

    Masked

  • Bruce Lee is probably spinning in his grave like an atomic-powered gyroscope.

    Blasphemy

  • Yet late in life he created drawings for a 528-story skyscraper featuring atomic-powered elevators with five cabs strung vertically in each shaft.

    Little Skyscraper on the Prairie

  • The result was obvious: an atomic-powered coup d'etat.

    DBTL 65: Green Hectares

  • Tom had great faith in the atomic-powered craft, which was capable of vertical climb or descent.

    Golden State

  • And I'm still waiting for my personal atomic-powered jetpack that Popular Science promised me back in 1961.

    McCain Campaign Officially Endorses Lieberman's Claim That Obama Hasn't "Put Country First"

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