Definition of demo
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During a WWDC keynote demo of the personal assistant's new abilities, Sporting Kansas City made a very short and very random appearance.
The demo project is slated for completion in October of 2019, said Fenderbosch.
A wide variety of celebs will give talks and demos, including some of those performers themselves, like Master P, India.
What's most striking from the E3 demo is the way in which the monsters assimilate with the environment.
The latest episode averaged another 1.0 rating in the key demo.
Mendelson said a high energy, musical pitch that included a live demo separated RecordGram from the pack.
Grill Room demo -- Gabriel Charpentier, chef de cuisine at The Grill Room at Windsor Court Hotel, will offer a demonstration and offer tastes of the restaurant's dishes at 3 p.m. at SoFAB, 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
Waters said his Viper demo team is scheduled on the air show circuit through November with few days off.
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First Known Use of demo
Definition of demo
1 : to give a demonstration of (something, such as a product or procedure) : to show how (something) works, is prepared, or is done The chef demoed everything. His first demo was peeling a carrot. — Michael Ruhlman One dealer didn't even have demonstration software; the only thing he could demo was the power light. — Video Magazine
2 : demolish My mom put little masks on me and my brother, gave us goggles and crowbars, and we demo'd the walls. — Matt Damon Brick salvaged from a demoed fireplace and backyard path make up the new stoop and walkway. — Natalie Rodriguez
3 : to create a demo (see 1demo 3b) recording of (a piece of music) … spent three months rehearsing and demoing songs for their third album … — David Fricke
4 : to use (something, such as a product) in order to test its quality or value : to try out (something) The surest way to pick exactly the right ski for your needs is to first narrow your choices to a workable number … and then go out and demo three or four pairs to make your final selection. — Bill Grout
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