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1 A much more elegant method is to re-program the computer's operating system to remove the safeguard.
2 The mechanism by which this reprogramming occurs is not understood in detail.
3 Traffic lights can be reprogrammed to give public transport instant priority over other road users.
4 I use my psychotherapy background to help clients reprogram their thoughts.
5 By introducing four genes together, they could reprogram their fibroblasts into immature stem cells!
6 Stopping mid-race to reprogram his insulin-delivery system is out of the question, as it would take too much time.
7 They claim these purely inorganic crystals reprogram themselves to work in different circuits.
8 It is now routine to genetically reprogram microbes to make plastics, biofuels, vaccines and antibiotics.
9 Dealers will reprogram the air bag sensors to fix the problem free of charge.
10 It's quite feasible that your chipset has suffered a bit of impromptu reprogramming.
11 Pulling the microcontroller off of your breadboard every time you need to reprogram it gets old really fast.
12 So we changed over to using mouse embryo stem cell extracts to reprogram human cells, and that works.
13 It will demagnetize the strips on all your credit cards, reprogram your ATM access code,(www.Sentencedict.com) screw up the tracking on your VCR and use subspace field harmonics to scratch any CDs you try to play.
14 But "what does get us into hairy, difficult emotional ground, " Ms. Meyers said, is when her mother's daily routine changes and her children neglect to reprogram the pillbox to keep up with the shift.
15 If a specific brain region is impaired the male brain, on average, has less plasticity and ability to reprogram.
16 Coke vending machines now take very little effort to reprogram.
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