- n. Plural form of configuration.
“The full menu choice for workspace configurations is shown in the image.”
“Aspects linking more than two planets are called configurations.”
“Complete title configurations and market release dates will be announced by individual territories.”
“Citizen's unique metal Hi-Lift mechanism allows easy access for loading of media and/or ribbons and the adjustable media sensor can handle a wide variety of label configurations including standard and pediatric medical wristbands.”
“Sometimes there are good reasons why certain configurations aren’t in widespread use.”
“Admitting that this is a phantom, that there’s no such thing as a “true self” over and apart from the one constituted from particular brain configurations at particular times, would be the first step toward making more honest choices as our power over those brain states expands.”
“They don’t get security updates, and I don’t want to spend my copious free time worrying about conflicts and changes in configurations that stop services from running.”
“To help ensure this outcome, Dell has chosen what it calls a "midmarket design point," which refers to configurations aimed not at the largest enterprises, which are slow to change suppliers and typically already deeply engaged with IBM or HP, but at the next tier down, where the situation is more fluid and buyers are more open to alternatives that may provide greater flexibility in cloud computing and save them some money.”
“Thus when a succession of moving objects are presented to our view, the ideas of trumpets, horns, lords and ladies, trains and canopies, are configurations, that is, parts or links of the successive motions of the organ of vision.”
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