- v. alternative spelling of hard-wire.
“The Liberal Democrats can "hardwire" fairness into British society through reform of the tax system, Nick Clegg has said at the launch of his party's manifesto.”
“Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has unveiled his party's manifesto, claiming his four priorities of fair taxes, a fair chance for every child, a fair economy and fair politics would "hardwire" fairness into British society.”
“I simply connected the RS-232 cable to the timer, edited the / etc / remote file to configure the "hardwire" entry to point to 'ttya' and then ran the "tip hardwire" command.”
“However, on some platforms (linux and other * nix variants) it may be desirable for performance and security reasons to "hardwire" these locations, i.e. set them to fixed values at compile time.”
“Forces, ideas, concepts don't have the ability to "hardwire" anything.”
“Last year, governments watered down a new competitiveness pact by refusing to hardwire tough sanctions into the rules.”
“Towner, to 19 JunSkye SherwinTom Price's sculptures depict average guys you might meet on the street, but rarely encounter in neo-classical bronze form: black men whose facial expressions and physiques seem to hardwire them into a particular social class and moment.”
“They intend to hardwire a fairer system into how government works, including a fairer tax system and a better education system of smaller class sizes.”
“Yet, I'm all for trying to hardwire players to feel certain emotions.”
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