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  • verb Present participle of mechanise.

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Examples

  • Everything you describe regarding games that avoid mechanising the NPCs is valid for Thief, but again none of those things are additional to it being a stealth game they are at the heart of it being one.

    Breaking Stealth

  • To do this, I researched means of mechanising many of the more arduous tasks, and making them more interesting.

    A personal tale

  • Gothic machinery, in rationalising and mechanising supernatural occurrences and readerly superstition, establishes a cycle of repetition, boredom, stimulation and disappointment that threatens enlightenment ideals of the rational and discriminating individual: its mechanisms evacuate morality, judgement, and even sense, by stimulating a seemingly insatiable appetite for excitement and sensation.

    Reading Machines

  • His war work had shown the astounding power of the computable in mechanising expert human procedures and judgments.

    Alan Turing

  • "Gothic machinery, in rationalising and mechanising supernatural occurrences and readerly superstition, establishes a cycle of repetition, boredom, stimulation and disappointment that threatens enlightenment ideals of the rational and discriminating individual." close window

    Haunted Britain in the 1970s

  • The preceding sections show that there are many technological opportunities for implementing the goals set forth at the start of this chapter: providing clean liquid or gaseous fuels for cooking and electricity for lighting and other basic household amenities, and making bulk electricity available at low cost for mechanising rural agriculture and promoting rural industrialisation.

    Chapter 10

  • He said the small business sector indicated it would reduce dependence on labour by cutting staff, mechanising, and using contractors.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A number of studies on the social impact of the Tangaye project were undertaken by Roberts. 3 These studies examined the “impact of mechanising arduous, time-consuming village tasks on the life of women, with the power source viewed as a black-box”. 4 They were studies of the effects of pumped water supply and a power-operated grain mill in a remote village.

    Chapter 6

  • What sound mind among the French, for example, now fancies that men can be governed by ‘Constitutions’; by the never so cunning mechanising of Self-interests, and all conceivable adjustments of checking and balancing; in a word, by the best possible solution of this quite insoluble and impossible problem, Given a world of Knaves, to produce an Honesty from their united action?

    Paras. 40-58

  • The company has attempted to save money, in the face of falling postal revenues because of competition from email, by mechanising far more of the process of sorting mail.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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