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1. plural.
2. plurality.
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Whether this construct of a freely 'virtualised audience' is successful, or can be so defined through the rhetoric of absented control, is highly contestable--much like the raver rhetoric of PLUR, or the liberative potential of the hypertextual Internet with which Gallois associates virtualisation.
The PLUR philosophy, combined with the subculture's focus on drugs (including ecstasy, LSD, gamma hydroxy butyrate, speed, and pot), earned some ravers the name techno-hippies in the early 1990s.
fiets `bike' in fiets-pad `cycle path' and fiets + bel `bicycle bell'; and winkel `shop' in schoen + winkel `shoe shop' and hoed + en + winkel, `hat + PLUR + shop', `hat shop').