from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Gadgets considered as a group.
- n. The design or construction of gadgets.
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- n. machines, technology
- n. A gadget.
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- n. appliances collectively
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But given the uncertainty of the times, a bargain on last year's gadgetry is just fine for many of us.
Over the past decade and a half I’ve been braying to one and all about the pernicious effect that high-tech gadgetry is having on hunting.
I'm a tech, I'm into medical gadgetry, which is mostly high-tech stuff like Mr. Bono talked about. the first wish is to use the epilepsy responsive neurostimulator, called RNS, for responsive neurostimulator -- that's a brilliant acronym -- for the treatment of other brain disorders.
SLW: What kind of gadgetry do you get to use in the film?
After all, who needs the kind of gadgetry that requires an instructional booklet just to get dirt-free pores?
Read this post, and then ask yourself what kind of gadgetry-strategy the US military has in Afghanistan when i ts plan is to somehow create lightweight MRAPs that are (somehow) just as protective
That kind of gadgetry is a natural for startups, and dozens - some of the more prominent include Tendril Networks, Control4, EnergyHub, Onzo, OpenPeak, AlertMe and Energy Inc. - have entered the field.
Access to all kind of high tech gadgetry which is available in such copious amounts that it could not possibly be locked down.
But the joy of live entertainment just can't be beat no matter what kind of gadgetry one can buy.
His basement had been full of artifacts and gadgetry.
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