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  • n. Plural form of breadboard.


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  • At SRR you should have all the system requirements established and, where possible, validated by breadboards for exceptionally risky systems.

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  • Maybe BB and Instructables should start handing out some official-looking stickers and plastic covers to make breadboards look more commercial -- it will keep our readers away from automatic weapons.

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  • At least when I got to wiring up breadboards in one of my computer science courses I was used to the idea.

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  • Superman, one of the first and longest enduring superheroes has come a long way from a hero drawn by two Jewish comic book artists on their mother's breadboards in the 1930s.

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  • A handful of people were scattered around the lab, hunched over notebooks or computers or complex-looking electronic breadboards.


  • I walked toward the bin that contained my odd-sized pieces " too big to burn and too small to use except for boxes, breadboards, inlays, or small decorative items " except for the inlays, things that would have been done mostly by the apprentice I didn't have.

    The Death of Chaos

  • The market for breadboards was limited, and designing and carving breadboards that didn't sell wasn't building confidence.

    The Magic of Recluce

  • First, I made him work on breadboards, but only a few, mainly to give him confidence.

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  • The breadboards were adequate, as were the boxes, but I had been doing better when I had left Uncle Sardit.

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  • Several other devices, haywired on breadboards, stood close by.

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