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  1. (noun) A flexible chair; typically made from artificially grown leather interwoven with nanotube fibers containing sensors that automatically adjust to best meet the sitter’s comfort and health. The chair is normally sat in by a single owner, and is most comfortable for its long-term owner, but it can quickly learn new body types within one or two minutes. Some models include many additional features. One popular “extra” feature discourages popular pets; such as dogs, cats, catogs, or dogats from sitting on or even touching the chair with no harm or pain rendered to the pet.

[Origin] – “flexible” + “chair”

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  1. (noun) Brain script designed specifically for optimized programming of nanobot-neural links located in the Broca’s area within the brain. The script is typically used for both repairing and enhancing language comprehension.

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  1. (noun) special purpose neuron-nanobots designed for the storage and retrieval of mentalmarks. These nano-sized mentalmark storage devises link to neurons near the hippocampus so that past memories and spacial information are easily linked for fast retrieval of the needed information. Signals are passed among the other general and special purpose neuron-nanobots located throughout the brain to aid in the reconstruction and visualization of the message reference pointers. For example, some of the neuron-nanobots may retrieve information directly from the optic nerve signals if the mentalmark note is itself referencing real-time visual information.

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  1. (noun) A high level, mentally stored remark or note that is either self created or received from another party (human or machine generated). Such a note may consist of text, images, spoken words or any combination. The size or length of the remark or note is typically relatively small. When referenced by the mind, the message is combined with any existing data that may be referenced within the message itself, and will appear to materialize in the conscious mind in a manner that is similar too, but much more vivid than a dream. Mentalmark notes are typically stored in special purpose neuron-nanobots called hippolinks.
  2. (verb: mentalmark, mentalmarked) The act of mentally sending a textual-visual-vocal hybrid neural message packet to one or more persons or AI machines. For human-to-human or human-to-machine transmission, the act requires a nanoneural transceiver, a brainscript module (version 3.0 or higher) along with appropriate permissions from all receiving parties.
  3. (slang) A slightly daft person who is often thought of as no longer capable of thinking for him or herself: “Sally was so mentalmarked she could no longer neurobrowse and drink coffee at the same time”

[Origin] – “metal” + “remark”

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