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  • Within engi­neer­ing cir­cles, you’ll often hear the word “non­triv­ial” thrown around.

    Red Badge of Verbiage « Snarkmarket

  • Obama pushed Congress to use $30 billion that had been set aside to bail out Wall Street to provide loans to small businesses, which the White House calls the engi ...

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Qantas ' s chief said as many as 40 Rolls-Royce engi nes used on its Airbus A380 fleet may end up being swapped out for replacements.


  • "My father was the engi - neer who designed Rosloviggen's main gate."


  • Every phenomenon of the cosmos, being empty of substantiality, is what it is through its interdependent origination (Skrt: pratÄ«tya-samutpâda; Jpn: engi).


  • He was also the best engi neer in the army, and the most successful commander of troops I ever knew.

    Flashman on the March

  • Spaced along ma-jor and minor transport tunnels alike, capped with tough, heat-resistant alloy, these shafts allowed engi-neers and service techs to carry out the occasional quick and easy manual check of the terrain above the conduits.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • 'Since you seem to believe that any - thing to do with me and Stefan is deliberately engi - neered to reflect badly on you.'

    The Bellini Bride

  • Casting her mind over the duty roster for the engi-neering staff, Ezri tapped her combadge.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • The Fer-engi Gaila was currently at the buffet table, stuffing tube grubs into his mouth.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

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