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utopia

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishutopiau‧to‧pi‧a, Utopia /juːˈtəʊpiə $ -ˈtoʊ-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  PERFECTan imaginary perfect world where everyone is happydystopiautopian adjective a utopian societyutopianism noun [uncountable]
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utopiaOur belief in a Communist utopia had nothing to do with reality.The new novel usually starts from where one is, seldom from a vision of a lost world or future utopia.To outsiders, it seemed to be a mountaintop utopia, high above the troubles of the Great Depression.The promise of utopia has attracted the attentions of both charlatans and serious scientists.However, before the dawning of this utopia, certain changes must occur.This utopia won't be sprouting up any time soon, so Doguzhieva believes survival requires a sense of humor.
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