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digitalized

[dij′ətəlīzd′]
having a therapeutic total body level of digitalis, a cardiac glycoside.
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For working with digitalized data software Catia V5R18 was used and for modifying of mesh Digitalized Shape Editor was used.
The PCS systems are digitalized and have a clearer signal than the now-common scratchy and often busy cellular phones.
His latest collection, "Nothing/Interscope," featured relatively simple, fitted clothing to which he applied pixilated motifs that appear abstract but are actually digitalized images of flowers and waves designed for him by Japanese illustrators.
We could toss out our dirty, germ-coated money and keep just one clean money card, plus a clean, digitalized, high-security photo I.
which announced the test involving the carrying of TV signals over copper wires to the home, said the programs would be digitalized and stored in a huge computer and would be fed out from there to the home.
For persons unable to participate in either the conference call or the webcast, a digitalized replay will be available from February 07, at 11 a.
The city of Malmo and Tieto have introduced a new digitalized operational system for the municipality s social care services.
XUZHOU, China, July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- XCMG, the world's fifth largest construction equipment company, releases its three-ton intelligent loader from its digitalized manufacturing base, allowing XCMG to supply state-of-the-art equipment to the world.
5 local families have digitalized their TVs, either via installation of STB or TVs with built-in STB, accounting for over 20% of the total.
After the positioning of the test tire in the holder by laser level, the setting of the camera and line laser, and the calibration of the whole apparatus, we obtain an electronic picture of the tire in digitalized form, and the software is able to measure it point by point (figures 5 and 6).
Seventy percent of Cuba's telephone lines are now digitalized, announced Vice-President Carlos Lage as he inaugurated a telecom switch in Ciego de Avila.