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handheld

, hand-held (hand′held′)
To be held in the hand, esp. to be used while held in the hand.
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Hand-held learning which may be referred to as mobile learning is more "learner centric".
The TRL report said: "In 2009, a significant increase in the use of hand-held mobile phones was observed for the drivers of all vehicles.
Hand-held and panel-mounted digital thermocouple units read temeperatures from -40 F to 2200 F.
But when questioned on how much using a hand-held mobile affected their personal performance, only 43% replied ``a great deal'' or ``somewhat'', with most saying that it affected them ``very little'' or ``not at all''.
Tait says the Inspector + and City View combination compares favourably with Research In Motion's BlackBerry, has wider coverage, is compatible With any hand-held device, is easily updatable to changing municipal legislation and can work with any municipal software system.
Hand-held analyzers can be carried out into the yard, but cannot detect the same breadth of elements as stationary systems.
But until recently, hand-held computing hasn't been a practical solution in many situations because of technology limitations and cost.
Most hand-held computers weigh less than a pound and fit in a jacket pocket, if not a shirt pocket.
We included our POS operators in this selection process, asking them to test and use hand-held scanners from a variety of suppliers.
Omtool's delivery of AccuRoute for hand-held devices makes document accessibility that much greater for our mobile users.
Windows has become too big for hand-held computers because its latest version, Windows 95, requires 8 megabytes of main memory to run, 60 megabytes of hard drive space to store and works best with a 32-bit microprocessor, such as the Pentium chip of Intel Corp.
Injectiweld" system is a hand-held welding gun that continuously feeds and melts a rod of thermoplastic (HDPE, ABS, PP, PS) and extrudes it under pressure as a continuous bead in the weld zone.

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