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portable

(pŏr′tă-bul) [L. portare, to carry]
Movable or transferable from one place to another, e.g., a portable oxygen supply.
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Today's portable colorimeters cost in the range of $4000-6000, down from $6000-8000 five years ago, handheld spectrophotometers can now be had for as little as $6500-7000, although higher-end instruments run $10,000-12,000.
Today, the company develops, markets and distributes portable and home storage accessories for CDs, CD-Rs, DVDs, portable electronics, PDAs, laptops, cameras and camcorders and automotive organization to customers across the globe.
According to the report, more than one-third of California children who attend schools in portable classrooms potentially face an unacceptable risk of exposure to cancer-causing toxics in the air.
Model AMW portable water-cooled water chillers are similar in construction to Model AMA, with water-cooled instead of air-cooled condensers.
Klempner sees a trend toward portable units, except in big cities, where more material typically comes to the yard.
Full range of mold-temperature controllers, portable chillers, pump-tank stations and cooling tower systems.
In-Stat/MDR, the high-tech market research firm, forecasts that the total available market for portable audio/video players will grow from 4.
State officials admit the report's findings - part of a two-year study on health and safety conditions in portable classrooms - were no surprise.
I used the same first generation PC design for three years in a desktop and about one year in a portable.