antiworld


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antiworld

(ˈæntɪˌwɜːld)
n
a hypothetical or supposed world or universe composed of antimatter
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Most of us would be happier in the world of nature and tradition than in the antiworld our betters have constructed, just as most of us would be happier in a traditional house than a dwelling unit designed by a cutting-edge architect."
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In both documents, Akel'ev highlights that the two criminals understood their milieu as an "antiworld" (antimir) distinct from the "regular" (pravil'nyi) one (241).
angels through streets of the antiworld where thieves of bread &
He meant the New Class of persons--or the class of New Persons--that, in attempting to create a world that reconciles their ambition with their ideology, has succeeded in creating an antiworld into which the real one can fit only after a process of brutal pummeling and careful remolding.
It was the antiworld, the realm of oppositely charged particles that annihilate their regular-world counterparts on contact.
The equation, in some way, predicted the existence of an antiworld identical to ours but made out of antimatter.
Gad helps restore the world--or at any rate, what after the antiworld has become its indispensable center-- when he helps save the Jewish state, the heir of the exterminated Jews, from being itself exterminated.
But in it he also rediscovered his scientific interests, and he began to speak of painting in terms of an "antiworld" and "antimatter." He soon came into contact with AsgerJorn, one of the founders of the CoBrA group, with whom (along with Ettore Sottsass Jr.) he started the Movimento Internazionale per una Bauhaus Immaginista (MIBI).