In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cloth/tool) para todo uso(dictionary) de uso general
- There are lots of other possible outcomes, like serious damage to the rights to build general-purpose tools and so on, which I'm very concerned about.
- Up to 1884, the Old Bailey was a general-purpose criminal court for London and Middlesex.
- That is not to say general-purpose functionality and real-time determinism cannot be achieved simultaneously.
- The prototype release includes a set of sample security policy configuration files designed to meet common, general-purpose security goals.
- More and more, as the house gets closer to being ready to market, I'm having to subordinate my own activities and time to those of a general-purpose gofer.
- An appliance is a device that provides a limited, well-defined function as compared to a general-purpose computer that can provide any function.
- They make up the profitable majority of the 144 million Americans who have general-purpose credit cards.
- Your experience is certainly true for the large, general-purpose hospitals.
- Some claim to be tools for safeguarding the public's privacy; others maintain that they add functionality to general-purpose hardware.
- Almost all programs use general-purpose function libraries that come with compilers.
- Here, we present a general-purpose scheme that may be used as basic toolbox for straight-forward implementations of card games.
- Solutions might include expanding into cabins or general-purpose areas to isolate sick campers from their healthy cabin mates.
- He has drawn misleading analogies about how the mind might be like a computer or a general-purpose learning device.
- In other words, general-purpose technology can be used for general purposes - good and ill.
- Look around and you'll find general-purpose buckets as well as buckets made specifically for digging dirt or sand or rock, cleaning ditches, or grading slopes.
- In fairness, it's important to stress that general-purpose processors were designed for application-related computing.
- As currently drafted, he believes that would include general-purpose computers.
- Last June, an extension was built on to the new 33-student school, providing an office, kitchen, general-purpose room and an extra classroom.
- There are 16 general-purpose dogs, six drug dogs, four dogs trained to sniff out explosives, four to track down firearms and a passive drug dog, which screens people for drugs.
- That means that we'll have a law that will require an entire class of general-purpose technologies to use only obfuscated, closed-source drivers.
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