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  • noun Plural form of installation.

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Examples

  • The iconic holographic image of Michael York mouthing “There is no Sanctuary” is perfectly possible with current technology, and similar attempts to bring life to holograms have been achieved in installations where a tape-loop provides a hologram with a ‘voice.’

    Hologram Star | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Whether you're looking at child development centers (CDCs), family child care (FCC) homes (also known as child development homes and family care homes), or school-age care programs, you'll find that all child care on military installations is required to be DoD-certified.

    Child Care - SpouseBUZZ

  • The iconic holographic image of Michael York mouthing “There is no Sanctuary” is perfectly possible with current technology, and similar attempts to bring life to holograms have been achieved in installations where a tape-loop provides a hologram with a ‘voice.’

    SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 1060

  • Instead, look for large installations of hundreds of units built with government subsidies – the synchronized motion and scale of such installations is too appealing to the vanity of politicians to let them be used otherwise.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » In Search of Skepticism

  • Short-term installations, in addition to the fact that it does not actually own the pieces, limit the need of the Public Art Fund to develop or act on policies for deaccessioning artworks.

    Daniel Grant: A Secondary Market for Public Art?

  • The iconic holographic image of Michael York mouthing “There is no Sanctuary” is perfectly possible with current technology, and similar attempts to bring life to holograms have been achieved in installations where a tape-loop provides a hologram with a ‘voice.’

    SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 120

  • Short-term installations, in addition to the fact that it does not actually own the pieces, limit the need of the Public Art Fund to develop or act on policies for deaccessioning artworks.

    Daniel Grant: A Secondary Market for Public Art?

  • Paintings, sculptures … things he calls installations … honestly, Wiz, the last time I went to his gallery, the whole place was just filled with these six-foot-tall polystyrene coffee cups.

    Confetti Confidential

  • Paintings, sculptures … things he calls installations … honestly, Wiz, the last time I went to his gallery, the whole place was just filled with these six-foot-tall polystyrene coffee cups.

    Confetti Confidential

  • Hunting on active US Military installations is necessarily restricted.

    Weird and White

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