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  • noun Plural form of podule.

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Examples

  • There's a room populated with architectural mock-ups of "podules," fully wired instant buildings designed for stealthy government agencies (that's a picture of Donald Rumsfeld running a meeting in the full-scale version of the model sitting beneath it).

    THE MIND OF AN INVENTOR

  • A cold-aisle containment system with cooling-optimized "podules" gives the Yahoo data center a PUE of 1.21.

    CSE - Top Articles

  • Step inside the podules at Lancaster City Museum from today to experience art in a very different way.

    lep.co.uk - News Feed

  • Keyboard players Chi and Nathan are ensconced behind their trademark podules and take turns singing and acting as willing partners as Emma rubs herself around them.

    Artrocker

  • There was also representation from AVT SolaTrek, a relatively humdrum scheme which would see Americans driving their cars aboard individual "automated shuttles" which would accelerate on spur lines to join a stream of similar podules racing east or west on elevated solar-powered maglev tracks.

    The Register

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