gadgetry


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He said that the development project also includes the cost for purchasing modern and latest equipment including CT scan, ventilators, Anesthesia, endoscopy and other medical gadgetry.
The displacement of bookshops by the gadgetry of modern life means the reading for fun, for knowledge, and for heuristic purposes, is dying.
And harking back to the Scenic's gadgetry you can not only lower the seatbacks from the boot area but also via a button on the R-Link 2 screen.
The deployment was done in such a manner that the technical gadgetry supplemented the physical deployment on the ground and didn't allow any miscreant for any misadventure.
So is other distribution gadgetry, working at a very high price.
The key to the success is mobility and maneuverability of the force with latest high powered bikes with other hi-tech gadgetry, which enables the force to apprehend unscrupulous elements which earlier use to escape due to the law and order forces being on 4 wheel drives whereby the maneuverability was minimized.
Though I didn't remember most of those clever items until prompted, I actually was fascinated by James Bond gadgetry. That was my favorite part of the movies (the frequent mind-numbing action scenes were what lost me).
Along the way, we get to see Oona Chaplin navigating a nightmarish world of 'smart' gadgetry, the consequences of being able to block people in real life as you do on social media, and Hamm offering romantic guidance to an experienced you man.
Along the way we see Hamm offering romantic guidance to an inexperienced young man, watch Chaplin thrust into a nightmarish world of gadgetry and explore what might happen if you could 'block' people in real life, as you can on Facebook.
This extra piece of gadgetry could easily be accommodated at no extra cost if some of the existing "luxuries" were to be removed.
More than half of 18 to 24-year-olds think gadgetry has had a bad affect on their relationship.
It was a delight to wander all around the airport talking with other pilots and consider simply the skill and pleasure of operating an airplane without the distractions of high-tech gadgetry, instrument approaches and Air Traffic Control.
The King expressed his pride in the professionalism shown by the participants in applying new gadgetry and techniques, and bringing about such improvement in the unit.
The white Lotus commonly tops the polls when movie fans are asked to vote on their favourite film cars of all time and, like most Bond cars, it was loaded with weapons and gadgetry.
But if your toolbox is looking a little bereft of gadgetry, an addition from this collection could take some of the strain.