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Brave New Worldfuturistic novel written by Aldous Huxley and published in 1932; 1999 musical recording by the rock band Styx
brave new worldideal or sinister future world
dead to the world(Slang) asleep, sleeping
dream worldfantasy world, world of the imagination, land of make-believe, world of illusions or fantasy, unreal world
First Worldmain industrialized nations, modern non-Communist industrialized nations (including Japan, the USA, Canada, and the nations of western Europe)
First World WarWorld War I
Fourth Worldpoorest nations of world
free worldcountries with democratic systems
Industrial Workers of the Worldinternational labor union
lower worlddwelling place of dead
man of the worldone who has experienced the world, well-traveled person
money makes the world go roundmoney is the most important thing in life, money solves every problem
natural worldnatural phenomena
New Worldname given to the Americas during the time when they were first being explored and colonized by Europeans, see also:Old World, Western Hemisphere
Old Worldeastern hemisphere, see also:New World
Old World monkeymonkey related to apes
old-worldtypical of former age
possible worldidea about philosophical truth conditions
real-worldrelevant to everyday life
Second World WarWorld War II
Third Worldcollective name for developing nations that are characterized by poor infrastructure and widespread poverty, less developed nations
this worldthe world of the living, the material world
Trans World Airlinesone of the largest airline companies in the United States, TWA
WHO (World Health Organization)agency of the United Nations which promotes improving health conditions for people around the world
WMO (World Meteorological Organization)organization of meteorologists who study weather phenomena worldwide
woman of the worldsophisticated woman
World BankInternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development, U.N. bank
World Council of Churchesinternational church organization
World CourtInternational Court of Justice
World Cupinternational sports tournament
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