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  • n. Plural form of servomotor.


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  • Dorn let his hand drop to his side with a faint whine of miniaturized servomotors.

    Ten Minutes, That's It

  • Powered by 20 servomotors and built mostly of plastic, the 2-pound, 10-inch RBT-1 should be a speed demon.

    Wired Top Stories

  • With 17 servomotors, each cranking out 12 inch-pounds of torque (huaa!), Kondo can be programmed to bow and do push-ups.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The actual imaging hardware X-ray tubes, detectors, ring apparatus, servomotors, etc. are very complex and require a lot of maintenance, calibration and adjustment.

    Health Care Waste, Continued, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • His impact was cushioned by the extreme density of the atmosphere inside the pod and the protective servomotors and shielding of his EVA gear.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • Most of the labor had been devoted to installing a set of amplifying servomotors that would enable Xiong to move freely in the crushing pressure of the Tholian ships interior, and they had integrated a tricorder into the suit itself, to record all critical data of his visit.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • Wind noise and the roar of the Rocinantes engines in hover mode drowned out the doors servomotors as Pennington squinted against the blinding tropical glare.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • He obviously also has groin muscles of deific proportions to be able to walk around at all, or at least very powerful groinal servomotors in his armor.

    DAREDEVIL #102 Marvel Comics, 1973

  • One whole deck full of nothing but hardware for me, masts and yards all servomotors so I can manage her canvas in the wink of an eye.

    The Life of the World to Come

  • Of course getting to Giger via Warren meant I came up with the HR Giger/Hermann Miller Harkonnen/Aeron chair, with a small CPU and servomotors to shift seat and back position at intervals to keep you from sitting in one position too long.

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