In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Fuel cells could replace power plants to produce electricity on a large scale; and they could be miniaturized to replace batteries in computers and even watches.
- DNA chips are highly miniaturized devices containing an orderly, matrix-like arrangement of synthesized oligonucleotides or pure DNA fragments.
- Sporadic heavy-handedness aside, the film works nicely both as a character drama and a cannily miniaturized epic, a modestly scaled but undeniably affecting fable with lingering moral heft.
- He explains that while the technology behind the device is not itself new, the fact that it is miniaturized to this scale is a breakthrough.
- Although these systems are electronically and functionally complex, they can be miniaturized sufficiently so that one portion can be implanted and the remainder worn or carried easily in a pocket.
- Finally, a different technology relies on catheters with several miniaturized solid state transducers as an alternative to the conventional manometry equipment.
- Current miniaturized off-the-shelf computers cannot handle that computational load.
- The exhibits were miniaturized copies of paintings showing different architectural features and part of a garden of that time.
- They have been miniaturized so as to make them less threatening or intimidating to their small owners.
- In the grand scheme of things, I don't think that a few miniaturized atomic weapons will make any difference.
- This report is really disturbing for I am certain that some leftover, moldy Chinese food in my refrigerator is a perfect miniaturized replica of the lost continent of Atlantis.
- Metd recently began collaborating with Duke University (Durham, NC) to develop miniaturized ultrasound devices.
- Despite the superficial difference in size and form, they could actually be considered miniaturized versions of the mighty scale trees.
- Recent designs have miniaturized electrical motors activating a pusher plate within the device, but connected to externally carried batteries by wire, or by a transcutaneous electrical energy transfer system.
- This time around the experiment involves hotheaded Navy pilot Tuck Pendleton and his ship being miniaturized to the size of a pin head and injected into a rabbit!
- On our part, we are fed zoological lies and stop-action sea life, affected dialogue and miniaturized characterizations.
- The multifunction device combines miniaturized versions of a digital camera, PC camera, video recorder and audio recorder.
- Reducing masterpiece paintings is not a form of original artistic creation and miniaturized calligraphy eliminates the rich changes and methods of expression in traditional calligraphy.
- Taglines strike me as miniaturized mission statements.
- The solution to these problems was to use miniaturized sensors and computers to give individual interceptors the ability to operate without support from a garage.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.