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Examples

  • Gone the transformative uniter and the three-D chess player.

    Obama rubber, Bush glue

  • We foresee marketing opportunities, from backpacks to three-D movies . . .

    Good-Bye To All That

  • Stereoscopes on display here contain stereocards recreating scenes from Mexican industry and social life that become uncannily alive in their three-D aspect.

    Out of the past, speaking volumes

  • In that case, we have to use our own networks - our LinkedIn network, our Facebook peeps and our regular old three-D network - to get to someone who knows someone, and make an introduction for us.

    Liz Ryan: Keep Your Resume Out of the Black Hole

  • In addition to the computers and keyboards there were noise-cancelling headsets, microphones, touch pads, input devices like car steering wheels and airplane yokes, three-D glasses, and banks of sockets for power, USB, Firewire, audiovisual and more obscure connections.

    Roadside Crosses

  • I suppose I shall abandon my three-D privilege and declare the unbelievable truth.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • Heck, if you want you can even see those three-D ultrasounds where the detail is so awesome you can tell if the baby has Mommy's nose or Daddy's ears........

    Suing your own abortionist for making you witness the murder of your accidentally delivered child.

  • New Democrat defence critic Dawn Black says Canada's role in the war-torn country is supposed to be what's called a three-D approach - defence, development and diplomacy.

    If you throw them hard enough...

  • Font's have a three-D effect by having an edge line around them and a faint drop-shadow underneath.

    Ingeld's Daughter

  • It's not just pretty pictures anymore, it's three-D malleable information.

    MapQuesting On Steriods

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