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  • n. Plural form of virtual.


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  • With motions born of long practice in virtuals, Red started actively pinging the area and accelerated towards the dust-cloud and the covert ops pilot that had just made such a silly mistake.

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  • THEN, there are the "virtuals" - Twitter, Face Book, etc.

    Blogspotting - BusinessWeek

  • They go beyond the Gen X, and Y (Millennial) vision to look into the "virtuals" the first generation that has been socialized in virtual worlds from WebKinz, Club Penguin, Habbo Hotel, etc. -and the impacts this will have on the generational divides.

    Internet Time Blog

  • Critics complain she's not talented enough and doesn't measure up to previous winners, like Tony Braxton and Mariah Carey, the virtuals who-who in music and show business, turned out to the awards ceremony in Pasadena California.

    CNN Transcript Aug 25, 2002

  • They had had these virtuals of themselves prepared for her, to speak and act as they would and record whatever the sensors observed.


  • She had prepared most of it beforehand, the usual visuals plus occasional virtuals to invoke every sense.


  • He didn't think anyone aboard ship would care to learn, and virtuals were a pathetic surrogate.


  • Those who wished to experience sister globes contented themselves with virtuals.


  • Instead he had enjoyed the beauties nearby: manicured, overused, nonetheless beauties such as he might well never see again in anything but virtuals.


  • Please see the attached link which provides great virtuals tours of MiraBay - New Projects


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