gadgetry


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Crystal Dynamics Introduces Epic First Person Online Action Game Featuring Incredible Weapons, Gadgetry and Vehicles
Screw the diet books, fat-burning pills, and ab-reducing gadgetry.
Adam and Eve struck a pose along with the rest of the gadgetry," is the way the artist once described the collage, which tweaked the nose of '50s optimism.
His stories have none of the pyrotechnics or gadgetry of the modern thriller, and his "agents" lack the moral certitude of cardboard cutouts played by Mel Gibson or Bruce Willis.
But the question remains: Are we simply adding unneeded gadgetry to the arts?
Efficiency, space saving and the latest in cool gadgetry often culminate in the kitchen.
They wanted to use it to do something realty special for the faculty, so they put together elaborate carts for each college, packed with the very latest in display gadgetry, and accompanied by a lovely spiral-bound notebook containing all the documentation, They waited for the thanks and the pats on the back they knew would be forthcoming.
Throughout modern history, the architecture of financial institutions has assumed various forms of monumentality: the Neo-Classicism of Soane's Bank of England; the medieval earnestness of Berlage's Beurs in Amsterdam; a post-war Classical reprise with such towers as Gordon Bunshaft's Chase Manhattan Bank; and then spectacular gadgetry from the Richard Rogers Partnership at Lloyd's of London.
At the annual North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), vehicle manufacturers flaunt trendy concept vehicles with the latest gadgetry and colors fresh from Paris, Milan and New York.
For the operator, programming experience is not a prerequisite, but an affinity for the screwdriver and gadgetry will help.
My friend had recently traveled to subSaharan Africa and had been appalled by the way people there seemed to crave not just Western clothes, cigarettes, and the like, but the latest in high-tech gadgetry.
Nick Park and Peter Lord, the claymation geniuses behind the beloved Wallace and Gromit shorts, make their feature debut in grand style, creating a world full of improbable gadgetry, unlikely heroism, and much madcap humor.