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- v. Alternative spelling of miniaturize.
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- transitive v. miniaturize.
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- v. design or construct on a smaller scale
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Larry Niksch, who spent 43 years monitoring North Korea for the US congressional research service, says in a new study that the regime could miniaturise and mount a nuclear warhead on a medium-range Nodong missile within one or two years.
"We were hoping to miniaturise underwater specimens for carriage to the surface and investigation at leisure."
So we will miniaturise a submarine, inject it into an artery, and with Captain Owens at the controls
If it were possible to de-miniaturize the light-waves as they leave the ship and miniaturise the returning reflection, we would be far better off.
We have to have thousands of times as much air as all of Benes 'lungs contain, and miniaturise it all.
"He may not be alive tomorrow and we can't miniaturise for quite a while, someone said."
Led by the Japanese, we assumed our electronic appliances would miniaturise until we had cameras the size of wine gums.
The document, drawing on eight years of collected evidence, shows that the main focus of Iran's nuclear efforts was to redesign and miniaturise the Pakistani nuclear weapon design by using a web of front companies and foreign experts.
Intel's Ziller: "the solution we have today wouldn't fit into a phone, but we're on the path to miniaturise in next few years".
"That's the very beginnings of what we can expect to see as firms miniaturise their technology and make them more effective."