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  • Control of points and other accessories was available in a very simple manner.
  • They currently offer many product lines based on this technology as well as accessories.
  • He also developed the accessory business, with minor companies also operating in military industry.
  • For many others this additional protection is available as an after-market accessory.
  • In such cases accessories may be designed more for display than play.
  • Each of these elements can be divided into various sub-elements and associated accessories.
  • The accessory allowed users to play video games via broadcast for a set period of time.
  • A small number of accessory methods exist to support network and network device management.
  • Just Born has come out with several other various accessories.
  • Female students may wear a black or white plastic accessory to keep hair back.
  • This allows operation of the windows and some other accessories for ten minutes or so after the engine is stopped.
  • An accessory must generally have knowledge that a crime is being, or will be committed.
  • Additional training and spaceship accessories may be purchased at any time throughout the game.
  • Other than that, no other special accessories are required.
  • Others include built-in rain-covers, or rain-covers are offered as accessories.
  • They used the same name for their alternative hair, makeup and fashion accessories company.
  • They choose everything from the color and shape to hair and accessories.
  • These are sold in "blind" box form and each comes with an accessory.
  • However, there are some Japan-specific accessories that are rarely found outside of Japan.
  • That might make her an accessory after the fact.
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Meaning of accessory

  • noun Clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing
  • noun A supplementary component that improves capability
  • noun Someone who helps another person commit a crime