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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of activate.

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Examples

  • Left to its own devices, our brain activates several areas associated with complex problem solving, which researchers had previously assumed were dormant during daydreams.

    A Wandering Mind Can Be Hard At Work | Lifehacker Australia

  • · In the browser, double-clicking or selecting a word activates the tooltip.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Options range from simple bracelets to pricier key-chain flash drives, implanted microchips - and call-centers that relay stored health records and notify relatives when an alarm or medic's phone call activates the system.

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  • Options range from simple bracelets to pricier key-chain flash drives, implanted microchips - and call-centers that relay stored health records and notify relatives when an alarm or medic's phone call activates the system.

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  • Options range from simple bracelets to pricier key-chain flash drives, implanted microchips - and call-centers that relay stored health records and notify relatives when an alarm or medic's phone call activates the system.

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  • Options range from simple bracelets to pricier key-chain flash drives, implanted microchips -- and call-centers that relay stored health records and notify relatives when an alarm or medic's phone call activates the system.

    Sci-Tech Today

  • · In the browser, double-clicking or selecting a word activates the tooltip.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Options range from simple bracelets to pricier key-chain flash drives, implanted microchips - and call-centers that relay stored health records and notify relatives when an alarm or medic's phone call activates the system.

    AroundTheCapitol.com

  • Options range from simple bracelets to pricier key-chain flash drives, implanted microchips - and call-centers that relay stored health records and notify relatives when an alarm or medic's phone call activates the system.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Options range from simple bracelets to pricier key-chain flash drives, implanted microchips - and call-centers that relay stored health records and notify relatives when an alarm or medic's phone call activates the system.

    AroundTheCapitol.com

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