from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A case for carrying or storing tools.
- noun Computers A set of precompiled routines for use in writing new programs.
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- noun A storage case for
- noun computing A
setof pre-existing routinesfor use in writingnew programs.
- noun slang
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- noun a box or chest or cabinet for holding hand tools
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When the only tool in your toolbox is a hammer every problem starts to look like a nail.
And you have to have basically what I call a toolbox, not tricks necessarily, but just things that you can do to diffuse situations.
The only tool America has in its foreign policy toolbox is the U.S. military.
It has a built-in toolbox, a glove box with key lock, side nets, a burglar-proof fuel cap, and the seats are even removable.
"The diplomatic toolbox is not a mystery anymore," he says.
Your attempts to pin this type of tragedy on “left-wing extremism” only shows us that your toolbox is empty.
In fact, an important part of the toolbox is Design of Experiments, or DOE.
They're not going so far as to brand it employee relationship management and put it in the jargon toolbox, but many of the human resources
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As a parent, i might have – but I can’t say my parenting toolbox is suddenly empty b/c it’s now no longer an option.