- n. Plural form of setting.
“The refined beauty of the settings is a reflection of what they offer and maintain for their clients day after day.”
“Perform a clean install of Windows 7 Home Premium on the C: drive but hopefully transferring some of my settings from the original Vista install”
“(Lest you think their current prominence led Norris to pick Iran and Afghanistan as two of the main settings for the novel, the book was first published in Japan in 1996.)”
“I have worked as a meteorologist (the real kind, not TV) and I will attest to "the wisdom of crowds" in settings without monetary incentives.”
“STANDEN: All it takes is a quick change in settings to make an iPhone or iPad blind accessible.”
“It is an arena of cultural exchange, as participating countries present to the public their latest innovations in settings intertwined with their unique heritage.”
“Training in the conduct of clinical research in pediatric and school settings is a key element of postdoctoral training at CHOP.”
“Now that I write 100% in third person, the transition between settings is much smoother.”
“In my comic book there will probably be 2 main settings - Havon (the Physical World) and the Spiritual World.”
“Once you exit the program launched by that shortcut, all is reverted back to whatever your main settings are.”
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