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- n. A general manager or factotum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. General manager; factotum.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A servant, an official, or a dependent who does all sorts of work; a factotum.
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The super-integration of the chips that power smart phones has enabled these do-all devices to systematically replace a bevy of other consumer standbys, from photo and video cameras to GPS devices, music players and hand-held videogame players.
Anyway, I know you like your F1 as a bushcraft knife, but what do you think of it as a do-all general-purpose hunting knife?
But where the night was only a reunion for the Manning family, it was a reunion, a homecoming and even a coronation of sorts for Mr. Kiwanuka, the Giants 'do-all man on defense.
I think this is a problem with program balance ( "heavy iron" do-all design, early selection of sole-source provider, and new development vs. heritage designs) and with conflicting mandates (STS flights, ISS completion, extremely low risk tolerance, yet with less than 4 years launch gap and while underfunded).
So, is this the do-all prescription for instant science fiction relevance and growth?
I have a plain-jane Remington 870 SuperMag as my go-to do-all gun.
It's pretty much a do-all bait for fish on the bottom.
Yanyan Gray- Being both waterproof and shockproof would be a feature suited to a do-all omni-gadget like the iWish than an iPhone ELITE feature.
Alot of people think ajax is the do-all and end-all.
There is a culminating event which I'm not going to give away which in any other author's novel would be The Climax, the do-all and end-all, the tragic moment.