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worlds

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  1. worldsnoun

    Plural form of world.

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  1. Worlds

    Worlds is the pioneering platform in 3D virtual communities and rich immersive environments. Launching in 1994, Worlds leverages its patented proprietary technology in partnership with brand leaders in specific market segments to offer members multi-user environments that have interactive Avatars, rich media graphics, text chat, voice-to-voice chat, video and e-commerce.The 3D communities allow visitors to interact with each other, teleport throughout the Worlds environment as well as participate in shared experiences. Besides partnering with existing content providers that have strong brands and an existing following, Worlds also encourages individuals to create their own virtual spaces, communities and unique Avatars with easy-to-use tools. Worlds was and remains true "social networking" well before the term became mainstream.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of worlds in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of worlds in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of worlds in a Sentence

  1. Michael Li:

    Read MoreOn the flip side is sort of like the poster child for like the worst of all worlds.

  2. Curt Niebur:

    This is a very big step in a new era of exploring ocean worlds in our solar system … bodies with great potential to provide oases for life.

  3. Tim Pyle:

    My reaction to the TRAPPIST system was very emotional, it got me so excited thinking about what it looked like on these planets, everything we'd hoped for when we had science fiction visions of other worlds. Working on Robert Hurt, I've been able to illustrate so many different kinds of astronomical objects. It felt like we kept opening these new doors to what kinds of discoveries Robert Hurt could make. And at times, we were the first to illustrate these unanticipated findings.

  4. Hunter Waite:

    Cassini and Enceladus really allowed us to see the kind of things we could do with mass spectrometers and, more importantly, with material that's coming up straight out of the ocean, it's a way of viewing the ocean without drilling into it. We didn't necessarily have to land ; we could sit there and and sample to study quite a bit about these ocean worlds just from flying through the material that comes out of the interior. That's what the plumes are about on Europa as well. It's that connection to the interior ocean.

  5. Med Jones:

    The knowledge, wealth, and development gaps among nations is reducing and the reign of superpowers is shortening. Just look at the history of the Roman, Islamic, Russian and British empires, the newer the power the shorter the reign. In the economic and business worlds the same power cycles apply. Ford, IBM, Nokia and other companies all lost their leadership position to newer companies.

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