podlike


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resembling a pod

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Look for the Oculas, podlike furniture, in the "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" movie.
It was April, and creamy, podlike flowers topped those branches, beckoning birds and squirrels.
0 mm), irregular nodular and podlike masses, and massive tabular sheets.
An homage to Bruce Goff (1904-1982), it is set in the unorthodox composer and architect's podlike Ford House (1947) and lays a sound track, with lyrics sung by Prina, over views of the home's first floor.
Longhole drilling in the B-Zone has identified five podlike structures associated with high-grade gold.
Styling changes include lighter coordinated colors, redesigned and repositioned controls, thermostat graphics, flush podlike louvers and drop-down filter access.
Many of the drawings feature a single biomorphic form, its interior divided and subdivided into irregular cells, its edges sprouting podlike extremities (some of these look eerily like renderings of Lee Bontecou sculptures).
Emphatically attesting to Minimalism's current aura, the East Wing's squashed hexagons, triangles, and podlike vestibules were filled with his emanating objects, interiors taking on the lure of grottoes and sanctuaries (especially appealing when clusters of related works hummed and glowed together), while a modular green piece flashed from the lobby like Martian bling-bling onto Pennsylvania Avenue and the National Mall.
That they also resemble an aerial view of the podlike gangways that lead from terminal to aircraft gives this giant mound the appearance of an earthbound UFO, as if a massive spaceship had landed and taken root here.
Loy's twins by turn play the parts of patient, scientist, and ancillary worker: In Unterhaltung (Conversation), 1999, one twin reclines on a couch, her eyes masked by blue goggles, her head and body encased in brown, podlike cocoons.