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someone who supervises (an examination)

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someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided

electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions

a piece of electronic equipment that keeps track of the operation of a system continuously and warns of trouble

any of various large tropical carnivorous lizards of Africa and Asia and Australia

keep tabs on

check, track, or observe by means of a receiver

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Clearly, the unit does not contain enough copper for that price to be based on scrap value; and if they were being sold for scrap, the "bad" monitors would be just as acceptable.
However, the vast majority of CRT shipments will be to less-developed countries, as more advanced markets will almost completely switch over to LCD monitors by the end of the forecast period.
As Jorge Vizcaino, ViewSonic's general manager for Latin America, emphasizes: "We offer the most comprehensive line of traditional and flat-panel monitors in Latin America.
The TABS Sidekicks pressure pads and industry-leading TABS mobility monitors combine to make the most versatile and cost-effective fall monitoring system available.
Most flat panel monitors are still two or three times the cost of CRTs, but the benefits might be worth the price," says Rob Enderle, an analyst specializing in desktop computer technology for Giga Information Group in Santa Clara, California.
After installing Fuel Monitor 2000, NYCHA has reported reduced fuel consumption from 11 percent to 12.
Vital Sign monitoring is no more limited to the hospital settings and on the contrary, they have made a transition toward becoming wearable monitoring systems, such as wearable heart rate monitors and respirometers that are increasingly being used in sports, medicine, and home monitoring," according to the analyst of the study.
The T220, with a screen that shows 12-times more detail than current monitors, becomes the highest resolution monitor to be announced and makes IBM's monitor lineup the industry's most comprehensive.
And they're no longer just passive monitors, but can take action when necessary--typically as automatic q-c inspectors, kicking out "bad" parts when process conditions stray beyond preset limits.
PDSHeart's line of cardiac event monitors and related services will be added to CardioNet's industry-leading real-time, wireless mobile cardiac outpatient monitoring platform, marketed as the CardioNet System.
One of the most versatile patient monitors in its class, the LIFEGARD I is successor to the Company's popular LIFEGARD patient monitor.
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) today announced the availability of triplets monitoring functionality for its industry-leading line of obstetrical care fetal and maternal monitors, Avalon FM20 antepartum and Avalon FM30 intrapartum.
CI monitors the top firms on an ongoing basis, measuring, analyzing, and communicating industry best practices.
6%) of respondents indicated that their call center currently monitors agents' interactions with customers.