- n. Plural form of environment.
“Yet attentional restlessness can serve people well in environments that reward sensitivity to new stimuli.”
“Let's work harder and smarter to make sure that our youth can go to school and work in environments that support and encourage them to succeed.”
“As a result, they are never passive within environments they inhabit.”
“Backhaul in those environments is not going to be limited to consumer grade broadband.”
“Scientific American: "Robot be Good" assumes we'll soon have autonomous robots interacting directly with humans in environments like nursing homes for the elderly.”
“Realising how loud my iPod had actually been, in addition to the potential detrimental effects of the ambient noise in such loud environments, is making me rethink where and when I listen to my iPod.”
“But the spores continued to drift around the globe hoping to settle in environments that were suitable for them.”
“Oil and gas result mostly from the rapid burial of dead microorganisms in environments where oxygen is so scarce that they do not decompose.”
“Design should include color choices that work in environments with different light and displays: sunlight, nighttime, dark room, etc. Clarity first.”
“From all the hoopla, I was expecting to hear about 50%, hundred percent overruns -- hearing that they're talking about estimates that are, on the average, good to within 13%, given that these are estimates of the cost of developing, proving, testing, and qualifying technologies for missions to extreme environments, is very reasonable.”
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