Great names like Pan Am, TWA, and Eastern have disappeared, all at one time the creations of visionary men.
In his younger years, he was a part of the No Wave scene, playing with the visionary James Chance and the Contortions.
It's why the news of the company's visionary founder's battle with cancer elicits fear and suspicion instead of human empathy.
Everyone knows Obama is intelligent, visionary and articulate.
The saintly, visionary public-health physician Paul Farmer is going to work for a Clinton—just not the one everyone expected.
Like other Frenchmen, he went too far and tried to do too much; but, if he made mistakes, he was at least no visionary.
He was an orator, a dreamer, and a visionary; a strange, complex character.
To study such an ideal, dimly expressed though it be in human existence, is no prophetic or visionary undertaking.
And Lynette's visionary companion was upon the instant gone.
I found, continued Trevylyan, that this tale was corroborated by inquiry into the visionary's habits.
1. One who hacks vision, in the sense of an Artificial Intelligence researcher working on the problem of getting computers to "see" things using TV cameras. (There isn't any problem in sending information from a TV camera to a computer. The problem is, how can the computer be programmed to make use of the camera information? See SMOP, AI-complete.)
2. [IBM] One who reads the outside literature. At IBM, apparently, such a penchant is viewed with awe and wonder.