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from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. designed to activate or move or regulate itself


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  • “Education is for self-activating explorers of life, for those who would challenge fate, for doers and activists, for citizens,” he writes in To Teach.

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  • This should all be well-covered by existing rules of self-activating military devices aka. “mines”. ceti

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  • This set includes bliss glamour gloves (self-activating, rapeseed and multivitamin gel-lined moisture gloves) and bliss glamour glove gel (an anti-aging treatment gel that sinks deep into the skin to treat sunspots with lightenings lemon and pigment purging parsley extract). £48

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  • Such transmitters were self-repairing and self-activating.

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  • On the other hand, he had taken over from Hegel the conception of history as a self-activating totality within which all the seem - ingly independent elements were “organically” linked.

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  • History to Marx was a self-activating totality ultimately rooted in the “production and reproduction of material life.”

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • "Snookums," he began, "is a self-activating, problem-seeking computer with input and output sensory and action mechanisms analogous to those of a human being."

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  • Therapy in Transition LLC (TITO) facilitates self-activating women and men around the world to embrace their inner wisdom, navigating their way to success! Press Releases

  • Recorded cannula related needlestick injuries fell to zero following take up of the safety cannula, devised by leading healthcare company B. Braun Medical Ltd, which features a self-activating safety clip that automatically and permanently shields the needle's sharp end when it is retracted from a vein.

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  • Here is the simple math: Privatized profit-making medicine is attracted (like swarms of self-activating leeches) to those with money.



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