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But their circuitry wouldn’t understand that tender, hearty beef in sauce that lights the mouth ablaze also lights the soul.
Synthetic biology is introducing novel circuitry that can control how the bulbs turn off and on.
But the circuitry could be repaired, the researchers found.
There are two outputs, one for guitar and another Gallaher runs through bass amp circuitry to generate one-man-band mojo.
The extra circuitry would add cost and induce more noise.
That circuitry is increasingly vestigial, but overriding it and playing the longer game requires an active decision.
By far the most common cause of injury is ground current, in which the electricity courses along the earth's surface, ensnaring within its circuitry a herd of cows or a group of people sleeping beneath a tent or a grass-thatched hut.
Active noise cancellation relies on tiny microphones and circuitry that monitor the ambient noise around you and adjust the frequencies in the audio to muffle those sounds.
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Definition of circuitry for English Language Learners
: a system or group of electric circuits
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