podlike


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podlike

(ˈpɒdˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a pod
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Adj.1.podlike - resembling a pod
sheathed - enclosed in a protective covering; sometimes used in combination; "his sheathed sword"; "the cat's sheathed claws"; "a ship's bottom sheathed in copper"; "copper-sheathed"
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The podlike modular system was developed for commercial applications in both capture and polishing.
Ramon Esteve's podlike Faz daybed for Spanish brand Vondom looks like a finely cut piece of crystallized quartz when closed; when open, it functions as an outdoor bed, protected with a heat-resistant batyline fabric.
Swelling into podlike protuberances, as for example in Puddy Tat's Lunch (all works 2011), or branching into irregular fretworks, as in Into the Woods, these elements anchor highly complex compositions built up from disorienting strata of translucent and solid planes.
According to IKEA, inspiration for the Sovhotell came from Japanese capsule hotels, which offer very basic, podlike sleeping accommodations.
The Batmobile is a sleek, black car with red trim, long tail fins and two podlike connected windshields that slide forward to protect Batman and his partner, Robin.
Just because nice-looking chairs are neatly facing each other in a podlike square doesn't mean they are accessible, easy to rise from, easy to move when a resident in a wheelchair joins in.
Inside, lava lamps are scattered throughout the room, podlike booths overlook the airport's takeoffs and landings, and the bar's beer tap makes a laser-beam "Zap
Hector flees; after several minutes of real-time tension, he ends up in a research lab where he meets an unnamed scientist (helmer Vigalondo), who tells him he can hide from his attacker in a large, podlike contraption.
And podlike Bubble Chairs, reminiscent of the '60s, keep the world at bay.