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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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Consumers need greater protection and we want to strengthen the Data Commissioners' hand by introducing mandatory encryption of all sensitive personal data carried portably.
Navani displayed a handheld screen that doctors can use to portably and instantaneously access a patient's medical history in words and pictures.
37) Furthermore, it carries no interventional risks, is more cost-effective, and can be performed promptly and portably in the emergency room.
In the next three to five years we are going to be in the situation where we can analyse DNA much more rapidly and portably.
There was a portably 'house controller' for zapping alarms, lighting, television screens and sound system - even the water sculpture.
The main reason we wanted the drive was to be able to portably test 50-hertz fans and motors along with our standard 60-hertz products," says Malkemus.
The point-of-care devices segmentation map (Diagram 2 on page 22) shows the range of devices and vehicles (carts and rolling stands) that may be used portably in patient care settings.
to fit almost any space (according to) the requirements of the purchaser (and) designed to sell portably, could be sold on an easy step-by-step basis, one section or as little as one piece at a time right off the floor.
Bedside testing techniques are being driven by technologically advanced equipment that provides reliable results quickly, portably, and in user-friendly fashion.
AppStack allows users to portably deploy Big Data applications in both public and private clouds, and also enables full lifecycle management of these applications.
Would also be desirable if the camera can also be used portably without lock-in module with the battery.
has a project that seeks to create a water-purification system that cheaply and portably purifies water for developing countries.