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  • noun Plural form of circuitry.


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  • They compared 16 novices with 16 expert meditators concerning compassion, and found that the "data indicate that the mental expertise to cultivate positive emotion alters the activation of circuitries previously linked to empathy."

    Arthur Zajonc - Meditation and the Practice of Virtue William Harryman 2009

  • Both Genesis and SNES ($49.95 each) have capacious memories and well-designed internal circuitries.

    The Christmas Revels 2008

  • I have this suspicion that the circuitries of consumer telecommunications are such that customers like myself are the ones who will end paying for these potential law suits.

    Wrong Number? 2008

  • But if the robot encounters an obstacle, or a dramatic change in the terrain, such as a slope, then the higher level functions of the robot – the learning circuitries – are used.

    World’s Fastest Walking Robot | Impact Lab 2007

  • The links of taste-related circuitries may be compounding over more networks than you realize....

    We live and develop in a primate body Tusar N Mohapatra 2006

  • The SupraHD® 788 platform includes all the key circuitries needed for delivering high performance Full HD 1080p Internet connected DTV products to the US DTV market including:

    Zoran's SupraHD(R) 788 Processor Powers Toshiba's New Ultra Thin LED Internet Connected TV Series - Yahoo! Finance 2011

  • Better than +/-2% output voltage accuracy, low 24uVRMS output noise and 70dB PSRR make the XRP6272 perfectly suited for powering wireless RF circuitries.

    unknown title 2011

  • The study has demonstrated clearly that in rat models the development of obesity coincides with a progressively deteriorating chemical balance in reward brain circuitries.

    Analysis 2010

  • It was the animals that showed the "crash" in brain reward circuitries that had the most profound shift in food preference to the palatable, unhealthy diet.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS Editors 2010

  • "These findings confirm what we and many others have suspected, that overconsumption of highly pleasurable food triggers addiction-like, neuroadaptive responses in brain reward circuitries, driving the development of compulsive eating," says Kenny. : Breaking News 2010


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