apparatus

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  • They stopped their experiment when the apparatus broke down after less than a month.
  • His career was cut short by a fire in his room, which killed him and destroyed his apparatus.
  • There is a third station that is used to house additional apparatus.
  • The final team competition allowed for a free choice of movements and apparatus.
  • Following this, the central party apparatus played little practical role in Soviet affairs.
  • Many times on occasion of these championships, she placed first or second all-round and on other apparatuses.
  • The resulting losses inspired efforts to bring water and fire apparatus to the town.
  • First, the life support apparatus required to visit the outer world is abolished.
  • In the modern production system, machines and apparatuses play an important role.
  • They supported the creation of a well-developed legal system and capable regulatory apparatus.
  • Below is a complete listing of all fire station and fire apparatus locations.
  • An entire physical apparatus for dealing with these matters has developed.
  • Fire apparatus are often adapted to their areas of operation.
  • The staff can respond to many different types of emergency calls using many different types of apparatus.
  • It has a large collection of historic fire fighting apparatuses.
  • The life-saving apparatus was tried, and proved to be most successful. Cited from The Great Round World, Vol. 1, No. 42, August 26, 1897, by Various
  • There was no fire on impact, but one broke out during the rescue effort when cutting apparatus was used.
  • Each apparatus has at least one paramedic on duty each day.
  • Together they form a beak-like apparatus used to clip off plant material.
  • Rather, our intellectual apparatus is such that much of what we see comes from the glasses we put on.
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Words starting with apparatus

Meaning of apparatus

  • noun Equipment designed to serve a specific function
  • noun (anatomy) a group of body parts that work together to perform a given function
    the breathing apparatus