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  • n. Plural form of gadgetry.


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  • I despaired the lost opportunity, for I'd had the camera a week already and there had been time aplenty to practice using its gadgetries.

    EllynAnne Geisel: Photographing Julia Child

  • All these new gadgetries and they start screwing up!

    Why Rifle Makers Go Gray

  • They were the first digital camera enthusiasts and the first to own the latest and greatest in cell phone gadgetries.

    Automotive Headlines

  • But with 13B, director Vikram Kumar blends in an easily identifiable urban setting unfolding the suspense with the help of contemporary gadgetries like mobile phone, television and the present global obsession - the endless number of soaps which seems to have completely taken over our lives, lifts, lights and many more.

    Bollywood Entertainment News | India

  • We imagine excutives and the creative directors of Barneys, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, even the LOT-EK gang studying each photograph closely, taking careful note of that homemade wallpaper, those gadgetries, the extraterrestrial plants and ancestor shrines in the corner, the ad hoc architecture and interior design, the bedroom-kitchen-living room-bathroom “prefab fabulous “combo aesthetics.

    Shanghai Living


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