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- verb archaic Alternative spelling of
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- adjective provided or fitted out with what is necessary or useful or appropriate
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Jeff, your question indicates very little understanding of police procedure yet you feel equipt to pass comment on it.
Armed drones act as judge and executioner, employing on-board systems designed by government contractors, equipt with detectors having access to electronic voting and computer trading data.
There was also this really, really dark cloud to the north that followed us from the eastern edge of Montana all the way to Pierre. 20 minutes after we arrived, the sirens were blowing and we found ourselves in the middle of a severe thunderstorm equipt with 60mph winds, marble sized hail and plenty of rain.
People doing something while il-equipt, or planning poorly.
Very hard to outfit a few rooms in Shanghai for that kind of money including comm. equipt etc.
It isn't going to take a fighter, it's going to take someone that will get house and senators elected in Nov. Obama seems better equipt at that. 3 weeks ago both Obama and Hillary polled better than McCain, now McCain is in the lead, this is tearing down both candidates.
Doubt any of them could work a 40 hour week for a year as they are not equipt to handle anything.
Let's be real - a military force as powerful and well equipt as the IDF could level Gaza if that were the desired result.
Obama is more than equipt to deal with such tripe.
Politicians, media commentators and analysts may be ill equipt to deal with the changing electorate, increased power of the blogosphere and massive discontent with the status quo.