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The Camera app itself is pretty barebones, with fewer features than Android's app, but iMovie, which, to be fair, costs $4.
She didn't grow up learning the intricate process of rolling and binding, so she taught herself from the trusty, barebones Boy Scout handbook.
The company said that over 30 products featuring the new ION GPU are expected to launch by this summer including netbooks, small form factor desktops, barebones systems, motherboards and discrete add-in cards.
The e1/41 million per stadium was a ballpark figure, he said, since several grounds already have the barebones of a surveillance system.
After at least five years with the same basic cell phones and a barebones AT&T plan, my wife and I decided to enter the early 2000s by moving to a family plan with about five times the monthly minutes and new phones to go with it.
Oregon is on track to bring in $182 million less than budget writers counted on when they pieced together a barebones spending plan for the next two years, according to new revenue projections issued Thursday.
It is part of a self-imposed social project, called Barebones.
MSI specializes in the design and manufacture of motherboards, graphics card, add-on cards, servers/workstations, iPC, barebones, communication devices, CE products, Notebooks, car infotainment products, and All-in-One PC.
But the Sky Blues boss is no closer to finding reinforcements for his barebones defence - and that means rookie Ben Turner will line up as the only recognised centre-back in tomorrow's home match against Blackpool with 17-year-oldCurtisWynter set to make his Championship debut at right-back.
A Perfect Day Spa It may be barebones, but that's why it's such good value.
Facial challenges "often rest on speculation" (prematurely interpreting statues on the basis of "factually barebones records") and violate the basis principle of judicial restraintfederal courts should adjudicate "on a case-by-case basis," not "make broad pronouncements regarding litigants and circumstances not before the court.
Anyway, taking at look at the Asus, the Eee PC 701 has a 7-inch screen, is based on an Intel chipset, runs regular Windows XP or Linux without a problem, but its the laptop's "easy" mode that strips things down to a barebones OS mainly for internet browsing.
Son of the Puritan preacher Praise-God Barbon (from whom the 1653 Barebones Parliament derived its nickname), Nicholas was baptized If-Jesus-Had-Not-Died-For-Thee-Thou-Wouldst-Be-Damned Barbon.
The fixtures now are somewhat lower and the aisles a bit wider, but the barebones decor is a throwback to a decade or two ago.
Which normally brings you to a barebones page asking only for name and address information, credit card details, and a button to "order.