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  • noun Study that takes place in cyberspace or over the Internet.

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Examples

  • Because, although “cyberstudy” offers flexibility, it demonstrates initiative and great self-discipline.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Because, although “cyberstudy” offers flexibility, it demonstrates initiative and great self-discipline.

    Making the Grade

  • The commissioners in their turn would have relied on the findings of a cyberstudy, conducted by everything from nano-robots permeating the soil to climatological monitors in orbit, and on an analysis of the data conducted by a mind superior to theirs.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • The commissioners in their turn would have relied on the findings of a cyberstudy, conducted by everything from nano-robots permeating the soil to climatological monitors in orbit, and on an analysis of the data conducted by a mind superior to theirs.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

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