from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. At a distance, far away.
- adv. Not much; scarcely; hardly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a remote manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a remote degree
- adv. in a remote manner
Not far from the Wright exhibit at the Air and Space Museum, you can find an exhibit featuring five different drones - the Air Force prefers the term remotely piloted aircraft.
The title remotely suggests that twitter had something to do with his death.
Personally, I have not seen any element in that presentation that remotely is revolutionary.
My goal is to find something in remotely similar scale – robots, retro sf themed .. and make a skirmish game out of these figures.
The position will works remotely from the corporate office (unless lives within 25 miles of Irvine California).
I am having to post remotely from a secret location.
I might have watched it if thomas jane would have still been the punisher but since this stupid looking dude is i guess i'll just wait for it to come to dvd then maybe if there's nothin remotely good else out i'll watch it
Ishiguro would like to conduct class lectures at his university through his android, controlling it remotely from the comfort of his home, and has already demonstrated this.
Here's what I do with my 8125 (beyond making calls): I check e-mail, I play games (mostly solitaire and boggle), I manage contacts, I log in remotely to my home PC, and I stream tv shows from my Slingbox at home.
Completion of the work is carried out remotely from the Examinations and Assessment Department, provided that the appropriate security measures are taken.