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  • verb Present participle of randomise.

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Examples

  • In addition, you can configure hot keys for everything from randomising wallpaper to moving, spanning, and tiling windows.

    Five Best Tools For Managing Your Multi-Monitor Setup | Lifehacker Australia

  • In addition, you can configure hot keys for everything from randomising wallpaper to moving, spanning, and tiling windows.

    Five Best Tools For Managing Your Multi-Monitor Setup | Lifehacker Australia

  • The best thing about randomising the books, for me, is that it means that some of the books that have been on my pile so long I've forgotten them can actually get read!

    How Do You Pick Your Next Read?

  • Note the trick, in 1a solution, of including the "if on edge bounce tile" after randomising the direction.

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  • (One might also worry that the proposed test rules out by fiat the possibility that creativity can be best achieved by using genuine randomising devices.) 5.3.3 The Truly Total Turing Test

    The Turing Test

  • The simulators can be as sophisticated as you need them be - either returning pre-canned values or randomising the responses.

    Planet TW

  • The simulators can be as sophisticated as you need them be - either returning pre-canned values or randomising the responses.

    Planet TW

  • This is what I would love to have randomising all the time.

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  • The included studies had several major methodological limitations, including the recruitment of small, underpowered cohorts, poorly randomising patients, and not blinding assessors to the allocated methods of wound closure.

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  • Liquids: the random motion randomising the energy undoing the bonds between weaker bound elements not in a structured lattice (hence when it boils, you see bits boiling first: bubbles)

    RealClimate

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