semi-mobile

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semi-mobile

adjective Referring to the vehicular capability of moving approximately half a unit (soldiers, wounded, etc.) at a time.
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It has been optimized for use in vehicles and for semimobile applications.
The second is not needing anywhere near the storage space we used to need in mobile and semimobile and desktop devices.
Likewise, it is now clear that the inner and outer towns were not founded at the same time, so the need for additional space came midway through the site's occupational history and was not part of an original site-planning program organized by a semimobile population.
Finally, there has been a comprehensive shift away from Soviet-era semimobile deployment of air defense weapons and sensors.
Physical examination revealed that a 10 x 7-cm, nontender, semimobile mass occupied the middle and lower two-thirds of the left neck (figure 1).
A CLC's operating base was a semimobile laboratory with close access to the front.
Stanton explained the customer benefits of combining the two networks in terms of the types of data applications customers need to access when they are either highly mobile or semimobile.
Then the hulking, semimobile second-year pro set about showing he can play, too.
It has been optimized for use in vehicles and semimobile applications.
On palpation, a firm, semimobile, painless, well-circumscribed, nonpulsatile, 4-cm mass was detected medial to the right mandibular angle and upper cervical region deep to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.