cruise-control love

cruise-control

Definitions

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  • noun Attributive form of cruise control

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Examples

  • In the wake of the Jets 'emphatic, cruise-control victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, coach Rex Ryan apparently felt compelled to manufacture some drama.

    Jets Act (and Play) Like One of the NFL's Elite

  • "He had no experience in the automobile industry, never studied a cruise-control system, and never designed any component of a cruise-control system," Chief Justice Toal wrote, adding that Mr. Anderson said he had never even operated a vehicle with a cruise-control system or published any articles on the subject.

    South Carolina High Court Overturns Verdict in Ford Crash

  • But in the opinion published Monday, Chief Justice Jean Toal overturned that award, writing that a trial judge shouldn't have allowed testimony from an expert about cruise-control problems in Ford Explorers, or examples of other acceleration problems.

    South Carolina High Court Overturns Verdict in Ford Crash

  • South Carolina's highest court on Monday overturned an $18 million verdict against Ford Motor Co. in a fatal crash, ruling that one expert shouldn't have been allowed to testify about cruise-control problems.

    South Carolina High Court Overturns Verdict in Ford Crash

  • South Carolina's highest court on Monday overturned an $18 million verdict against Ford Motor Co. in a fatal crash, ruling that one expert shouldn't have been allowed to testify about cruise-control problems.

    South Carolina High Court Overturns Verdict in Ford Crash

  • Citing other cases in which appeals courts have excluded expert testimony on cruise-control malfunctions in Ford vehicles, the court also found that the trial judge shouldn't have allowed testimony about similar acceleration problems that involved vehicles of different models made in different years.

    South Carolina High Court Overturns Verdict in Ford Crash

  • You still have to make gross steering inputs, but our 2011 Infiniti M37, with its Technology package, can use its active cruise-control system to slow down and accelerate with traffic, its Lane Departure Prevention system to nudge you back into your lane if you begin to wander across the divider line, and its Blind Spot Intervention system to help keep you from accidentally merging into an unseen car.

    Steering a car by sight--car tracks eye movements

  • Electrical engineer Antony Anderson testified at trial that electromagnetic radiation had interfered with the cruise-control system.

    Corporate Watch

  • "He had no experience in the automobile industry, never studied a cruise-control system, and never designed any component of a cruise-control system," Chief Justice Toal wrote, adding that Mr. Anderson said he had never even operated a vehicle with a cruise-control system or published any articles on the subject.

    South Carolina High Court Overturns Verdict in Ford Crash

  • But in the opinion published Monday, Chief Justice Jean Toal overturned that award, writing that a trial judge shouldn't have allowed testimony from an expert about cruise-control problems in Ford Explorers, or examples of other acceleration problems.

    Corporate Watch

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