time capsule

  1. container for preserving historical records to be discovered at some future time
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How To Use time capsule In A Sentence

  • As time goes by these modern classics become less a satirical joy and more little time capsules, historical artefacts peopled by characters now almost forgotten. Times, Sunday Times
  • A time capsule full of treasures has opened a window into what life was like 113 years ago in Swindon.
  • Heller said she found many of the books that needed to be "weeded" from the library after she arrived (from Cobb County in 2001) were leftovers from Henderson High's collection, adding, "This prompted us to work with our students to create a time capsule on the web that would document items of hist orical interest. GoDeKalb.com - Atlanta's DeKalb News, Events & People
  • The shops, each retaining many original 1920s art-deco features such as tiling, 'sunburst' lights and engraved glass features are time capsules of suburban shopping from nearly a century ago. Archive 2008-05-01
  • The shop's longevity and grandma's living-room decor makes Fong Da a virtual time capsule, as well as a place to sip on a great cup of joe.
  • It's a time capsule of baronial Scottish splendour circa 1880-minus the midges.
  • The Hungarian is "drookit" and looks as though he's just slid down one of the flumes at the Time Capsule in his suit. BBC (UK) Homepage main promotional content
  • We dug up a time capsule in our backyard.
  • SCOTT SIMON, host: Now, different kind of time capsule - Chad Matheny, a Los Angeles-based musician who records under the name Emperor X, his capsule is a cassette of his music and he buries it in the ground, then tells his fans to find it. Digging For Tunes With Emperor X
  • The word "Italia," I was told, was first stamped on a coin here, sometime around 91 B.C. As we began down a central rough-hewn path between the buildings, I stopped, suddenly aware that I wasn't just looking at a centuries-old village, but an architectural time capsule. Rediscovering Italy in a Totally Silent Town
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