In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- That equipment included glass and mat cutters, a frame chopper, router and other tools.
- He needs a variety of power tools, drills, routers, circular saws, jigsaws and packets of blades.
- But shapers are expensive and routers lack the power to cut the profile in one pass.
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- ‘This was caused by an as yet unexplained simultaneous failure of a number of critical routers in our network,’ it said.
- Because it's plugged into a broadband router rather than your computer, you don't even need to have your computer switched on to use it.
- The network routers do not know if the packets they forward contain healthcare information or movies.
- Testing with a router and a notebook computer in the empty townhouse before we moved in, the signal looked good initially.
- By sending malformed control messages a cracker could cause devices such as VoIP routers running the vulnerable software to reload.
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