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19th Jan '16 11:12:07 AM nombretomado
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* ''Avatar'', the first book in the StarTrekDeepSpaceNineRelaunch.

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* ''Avatar'', the first book in the StarTrekDeepSpaceNineRelaunch.
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24th Apr '14 10:56:06 AM FastEddie
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** ''Pinball/{{Avatar}}'', the pinball table based on the feature film.

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** * ''Pinball/{{Avatar}}'', the pinball table based on the feature film.
20th Feb '14 12:53:18 PM rjung
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** ''Pinball/{{Avatar}}'', the pinball table based on the feature film.
23rd Oct '13 2:00:52 PM JIKTV
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"Avatar" is a Sanskrit word that usually implies a deliberate descent from higher spiritual realms to lower realms of existence for special purposes. It is often translated into English as "incarnation", meaning the physical incarnation of a divine or higher power. In the modern world the term has picked up a number of other meanings, and is the namesake for many fictional works. Its broadest definition is "some sort of remotely controlled entity which is present in the role of its controller"[[note]]In addition to the examples below this can include remote controlled vehicles (particularly ones operated at distance with their own sensors, a representation of someone in a digital space (see below), or an incarnation of a divine being as a mortal (indeed the use of this in Hindu mythology is the TropeNamer).[[/note]]. Naturally, that all means there are a lot of different works that use "Avatar" in their names:

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"Avatar" is a Sanskrit word that usually implies a deliberate descent from higher spiritual realms to lower realms of existence for special purposes. It is often translated into English as "incarnation", meaning the physical incarnation of a divine or higher power. In the modern world the term has picked up a number of other meanings, and is the namesake for many fictional works. Its broadest definition is "some sort of remotely controlled entity which is present in the role of its controller"[[note]]In addition to the examples below this can include remote controlled vehicles (particularly ones operated at distance with their own sensors, a representation of someone in a digital space (see below), or an incarnation of a divine being as a mortal (indeed the use of this in Hindu mythology is the TropeNamer).Trope Namer).[[/note]]. Naturally, that all means there are a lot of different works that use "Avatar" in their names:



* ''{{Film/Avatar}}'', the 2009 feature film by JamesCameron.

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* ''{{Film/Avatar}}'', the 2009 feature film by JamesCameron.Creator/JamesCameron.



* ''The Avatar'', a book by PoulAnderson, which involves a group of explorers commandeering a space freighter. The best-known cover has three characters on the cover—two humans (presumably viewpoint characters Daniel Brodersen and Caitlín Mulryan) and a four-armed alien vaguely resembling a humanoid sea lion (Fidelio).

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* ''The Avatar'', a book by PoulAnderson, Creator/PoulAnderson, which involves a group of explorers commandeering a space freighter. The best-known cover has three characters on the cover—two humans (presumably viewpoint characters Daniel Brodersen and Caitlín Mulryan) and a four-armed alien vaguely resembling a humanoid sea lion (Fidelio).



* GodInHumanForm: One of the ways it happens is through an avatar projection. See also AFormYouAreComfortableWith. As mentioned above, examples from certain mythologies are the TropeNamer.

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* GodInHumanForm: One of the ways it happens is through an avatar projection. See also AFormYouAreComfortableWith. As mentioned above, examples from certain mythologies are the TropeNamer.{{Trope Namer|s}}.
6th Jul '13 5:42:32 PM Lophotrochozoa
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"Avatar" is a Sanskrit word that usually implies a deliberate descent from higher spiritual realms to lower realms of existence for special purposes. It is often translated into English as "incarnation", meaning the physical incarnation of a divine or higher power. In the modern world the term has picked up a number of other meanings, and is the namesake for many fictional works. Its broadest definition is "some sort of remotely controlled entity which is present in the role of its controller"[[hottip:* :In addition to the examples below this can include remote controlled vehicles (particularly ones operated at distance with their own sensors, a representation of someone in a digital space (see below), or an incarnation of a divine being as a mortal (indeed the use of this in Hindu mythology is the TropeNamer).]]. Naturally, that all means there are a lot of different works that use "Avatar" in their names:

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"Avatar" is a Sanskrit word that usually implies a deliberate descent from higher spiritual realms to lower realms of existence for special purposes. It is often translated into English as "incarnation", meaning the physical incarnation of a divine or higher power. In the modern world the term has picked up a number of other meanings, and is the namesake for many fictional works. Its broadest definition is "some sort of remotely controlled entity which is present in the role of its controller"[[hottip:* :In controller"[[note]]In addition to the examples below this can include remote controlled vehicles (particularly ones operated at distance with their own sensors, a representation of someone in a digital space (see below), or an incarnation of a divine being as a mortal (indeed the use of this in Hindu mythology is the TropeNamer).]].[[/note]]. Naturally, that all means there are a lot of different works that use "Avatar" in their names:
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