Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of detector.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The regulator "has said that software showing the location of speed cameras and radar detectors is legal in France, clarifying what was previously a gray area," Google also said Thursday.

    Google Settles Navx Case With French Agency

  • Claims the reason why he kept going off going through metal detectors is because he has so much shrapnel from combat in several different Wars ...

    JOHN HENRY DAWSON III

  • The design and development of the FPA and custom CCD-based detectors is discussed along with the results from detailed performance models.

    Kepler Is On Its Way - NASA Watch

  • AMANDA neutrino telescopes have proven that the technique of large Cherenkov detectors is mature and ready to be used to search for high energy neutrinos from the cosmos.

    High Energy Neutrinos from Cosmos

  • Tomography (PET), the positron annihilates with electrons of the tissue and the produced two photons, recorded in detectors, give information on the origin of the carbon-11 nuclide.

    Accelerators and Nobel Laureates

  • If this were true, he'd set off airport metal detectors from the parking lot!)

    Heroes or Villains?

  • We can’t see quarks in detectors directly, but we observe sprays of particles called jets which have basically the same energy and direction, etc.

    Particle Flow Calorimetry « Imaginary Potential

  • So I had to think of a hiding place safe from metal detectors, which is actually almost impossible unless you dig down six feet or more ... and under water is no good because water is no barrier. '

    They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff

  • There will only be one entrance open into the building, and that'll be on the north side where there will be security guards manning a metal detectors, which isn't an uncommon sight here at the State Capitol.

    CNN Transcript Jul 17, 2007

  • These include using radar-absorbing materials and designing the shell with a shape that deflects radio waves away from potential detectors, which is how stealth planes work.

    Archive 2006-08-01

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