American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An acute disease of the brain caused by a deficiency of thiamine, usually associated with chronic alcoholism and characterized by loss of muscular coordination, abnormal eye movements, and confusion.
- After Karl Wernicke (1848-1905), German neurologist. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The Kindle DX has a 9. 7-inch electronic paper display, a built-in PDF reader, an auto-rotate capability like that of the iPhone, the same 3G wireless technology as the old Kindle, and storage for up to 3,500 books.”
“People make a big deal out of the fact that you can set the Kindle DX to auto-rotate the screen (like an iphone).”
“Said to be the “Best in class” for stability and float gap, the IFO 3000 has an auto-rotate mechanism that turns the globe clockwise, anti-clockwise or not at all.”
“Because as a gyroplane it is always in auto-rotate mode.”
“If you lose your engine in this zone then there is insufficient time for the formerly powered rotor to be switched to auto-rotate mode.”
“Generally if you're flying at 500ft-plus 153m, you've got a good chance of being able to auto-rotate out of any difficulty.”
“It also features an accelerometer for an auto-rotate display feature.”
“It supports 65K colors and it is armed with a lot of features like accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate and handwriting recognition.”
“Multi-touch input method (via firmware update) - Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate -”
“(All connection modes available) * Built-in GPS with offline Maps (No need internet to view) * Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate * Full Spec: www. gsmarena.com Information about My Phone * 100% Working Condition * Physical Condition - 99% New * Martin Field screen protector and silicon case since day one * Complete set with original accessories and box * 2”
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