a receptacle containing documents or objects typical of the current period, placed in the earth or in a cornerstone for discovery in the future.
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How to use time capsule in a sentence
I’m sure as a viewer if you watch this in a time capsule, this year will look different.Media Buying Briefing: Is Super Bowl LV on third and long, trailing in the game? | jim cooper | January 18, 2021 | Digiday
Asteroids are like time capsules of ancient space history because their physical and chemical composition is much better preserved than a planet’s, which changes more over time.A capsule carrying asteroid rocks has successfully landed on Earth | Charlotte Jee | December 7, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
So far, the time capsule consists of 21 images and corresponding interviews.A COVID-19 time capsule captures pandemic moments for future researchers | Sujata Gupta | December 2, 2020 | Science News
Imagine if, at the height of the 1918 flu pandemic, researchers studying how society was changing had captured the moment in a time capsule.A COVID-19 time capsule captures pandemic moments for future researchers | Sujata Gupta | December 2, 2020 | Science News
Such materials are like mini time capsules that contain clues to the past.Analyze This: Perfumes from everyday products collect in distant ice | Carolyn Wilke | September 30, 2020 | Science News For Students
A 1914 time capsule forgotten for years was finally opened at the New York Historical Society.
The New York Historical Society plans to seal a new time capsule this week that is more reflective of our current pop culture.
The country, with a population of just 725,000, has an insular nature preserving it as a time capsule.The Tiger’s Nest May Make You Start Planning a Trip to Bhutan | Nina Strochlic | November 7, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
It's a bit like walking into a time capsule, but it adds to the overall unique experience of traveling to the DPRK.North Korea Vacations? Yes, They’re Possible, Though ‘Very Structured’ | Lloyd Grove | June 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The contents of the time capsule will be displayed at the Oklahoma Historical Society.
There in front of him, ripped open like a can of sardines, was the gleaming metal skin of the time capsule!On the Trail of the Space Pirates | Carey Rockwell
British Dictionary definitions for time capsule
a container holding articles, documents, etc, representative of the current age, buried in the earth or in the foundations of a new building for discovery in the future
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