dematerialize


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Synonyms for dematerialize

become immaterial

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In his belief that every building speaks its own image, the LV store Aoki next designed on Omotesando, Tokyo's chic Zelkova tree-lined avenue of fashion, resembles a cubist formation of the company's travelling trunks that also dematerializes into a haze through its metal mesh facades.
Financial Markets: A Proposal to Fully Dematerialize Physical Securities, Eliminating the Costs and Risks They Incur - issued today by The Depository Trust Company (DTC), a DTCC subsidiary.
Over the past decade, Kengo Kuma has made brilliant use of clear glass, wooden slats, bamboo, precast concrete, and, most recently, plastic, to create membranes and grilles that dematerialize structure and achieve wondrous optical illusions.
OTCBB:DMAT) announces contracting with a fifth European investment group to dematerialize $100 million face value of Senior Life Settlement Units (SLSU).
has signed its fourth contract with another European investment group to dematerialize $100 million face value of Senior Life Settlement Units (SLSU).
The older generation's intentions for using performance--to dematerialize the art object, to resist commodification, to expand traditional praxis with an immanent medium--are not as crucial.
converts all manner of paper instruments into electronically transferable units and has recently reported three contracts to dematerialize over $180,000,000 face value of SLSUs.
For this contract, the Company will dematerialize $50,000,000 in face value of Senior Life Settlement Units (SLSU).
Depending on your perspective, and on density and pattern, the semi-transparent mesh --particularly when installed over glass -- seems to dematerialize mass.