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Myths of the Near Future

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Ballard, J. (1994). Myths of the Near Future. In Ballard, J. Myths of the Near Future. Vintage, pp. 7-43

(noun) an intervening space

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it took root like a lingering disease in the interstices of its victims' lives

—p.12 by J.G. Ballard
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it took root like a lingering disease in the interstices of its victims' lives

—p.12 by J.G. Ballard
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(verb) to heat and then cool (as steel or glass) usually for softening and making less brittle / (verb) to cool slowly usually in a furnace / (verb) to heat and then cool (double-stranded nucleic acid) in order to separate strands and induce combination at lower temperature with complementary strands / (verb) strengthen toughen / (verb) to be capable of combining with complementary nucleic acid by a process of heating and cooling

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The sun was annealing plates of copper light to his skin, dressing his arms and shoulders in a coronation armour

—p.28 by J.G. Ballard
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The sun was annealing plates of copper light to his skin, dressing his arms and shoulders in a coronation armour

—p.28 by J.G. Ballard
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in a slanting or oblique position

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Beyond the tilting fences he could see the drained swimming pools of Cocoa Beach, each a complex geometry of light and shadow, canted decks encoding the secret entrances to another dimension

—p.28 by J.G. Ballard
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Beyond the tilting fences he could see the drained swimming pools of Cocoa Beach, each a complex geometry of light and shadow, canted decks encoding the secret entrances to another dimension

—p.28 by J.G. Ballard
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