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  • noun Plural form of zeppelin.

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Examples

  • Compared to Earth this story backs off a little on the eco-catastrophe that he predicted: in this story parts of Washington are just being reinhabited after a terrorist attack and the zeppelins are a response to the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in long-distance travel.

    "The Smartest Mob..." by David Brin

  • Compared to Earth this story backs off a little on the eco-catastrophe that he predicted: in this story parts of Washington are just being reinhabited after a terrorist attack and the zeppelins are a response to the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in long-distance travel.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • In every war, however, weapons development moves quickly and by Christmas Day, 1914, the Royal Navy was so concerned about the danger from airships — which the Germans called zeppelins — that it mounted an attack by shipborne airplanes on a German airship base on the North Sea.

    Castles of Steel

  • Cover the "zeppelins" with heavy-handed neon advertisements for the off-world colonies and we're getting somewhere ...

    Posthuman Blues

  • The campus building concepts combines a static learning center for libraries, offices, lecture halls, and an auditorium, with flying workspaces and off-site "zeppelins" to allow for more dynamic collaboration and exchange.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Filed under: airships, zeppelins | Tagged: Bullet 580 Airship | 1 Comment »

    2010 May « Third Point of Singularity

  • Filed under: Science Fiction, airships, zeppelins | Leave a Comment »

    2009 December 17 « Third Point of Singularity

  • Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal Mr. Noritz, a filmmaker, said photos of zeppelins informed the design, as did steampunk style, which is inspired by science-fiction and fanciful interpretations of Victorian-era technology.

    Chelsea Steampunk Loft

  • Other zeppelins were worked on at the hangar, including the 685-foot-long German Graf Zeppelin.

    2009 January 04 « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • Filed under: airships, zeppelins | Tagged: Bullet 580 Airship

    The Bullet 580 Airship « Third Point of Singularity

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