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u·ni·ver·sal in·stru·ment

(yūni-vĕrsăl instrŭ-mĕnt)
Tool or device that can be used on all dental surfaces.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Horn said she saw the MBO as the ideal opportunity to take on the business, having been with the company for 20 years.: She added: "Universal Instrument Services is an excellent business with an experienced and skilled workforce.
At that time, I projected the development of a "universal instrument," which was to be a small box containing several data acquisition channels consisting of rudimentary signal conditioners backed by fast analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) streaming digitized waveforms into a host computer based on computer-industry-standard technology.
In partnership with Universal Instruments, Hover-Davis will demonstrate its new Radial, Tube and Tray feeders for odd-form electronic components such as relays, connectors, capacitors, LEDs and more.
The bill also reflected the commitment of the government in ensuring the national labour law was in line with universal instruments and standards to subsequently boost the image and facilitate Malaysia's participation in whatever international trade, he said.
Conducted at the Universal Instruments Advanced Process Lab with the BTU vacuum test board, the two thermal profiles in FIGURES 4 and 5 show the impact of changing the vacuum hold time on the TAL at 20 Torr.
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