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  • Some will produce the same character code as if the control key were not held down.
  • The field of control within chemical engineering is often known as process control.
  • For the first time in history a government controlled all economic activity.
  • It would feature side-stick control for the first time on a commercial aircraft.
  • Access however may be difficult as some countries label it as a controlled drug.
  • The treaty was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War.
  • He realized that he had control and could receive much more.
  • A corporation is, at least in theory, owned and controlled by its members.
  • For some city-to-city trains, the train is a control zone.
  • The process to produce firing data is sometimes called technical fire control.
  • Automatic control systems were first developed over two thousand years ago.
  • Being fairly new, modern control theory has many areas yet to be explored.
  • She assumed more creative control by writing and co-producing most of the material.
  • According to many critics, such an unusual division of labor caused serious command and control problems.
  • However most of those games were not played at normal time controls.
  • With the assistance of the French, Spain soon re-established control in the area.
  • Chess games may also be played with a time control, mostly by club and professional players.
  • Action RPGs typically give each player real-time control of a single character.
  • The train consisted of one coach car, one engine, and one non-powered control unit.
  • Other things being equal, the side that controls more space on the board has an advantage.
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Meaning of control

  • noun Power to direct or determine
    under control
  • noun A relation of constraint of one entity (thing or person or group) by another
    measures for the control of disease, they instituted controls over drinking on campus
  • noun (physiology) regulation or maintenance of a function or action or reflex etc
    the timing and control of his movements were unimpaired, he had lost control of his sphincters
  • noun The activity of managing or exerting control over something
    the control of the mob by the police was admirable
  • noun A mechanism that controls the operation of a machine
    the speed controller on his turntable was not working properly, I turned the controls over to her
  • noun A spiritual agency that is assumed to assist the medium during a seance
  • noun The economic policy of controlling or limiting or curbing prices or wages etc.
    they wanted to repeal all the legislation that imposed economic controls
  • verb Exercise authoritative control or power over
    control the budget, Command the military forces
  • verb Lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits
    moderate your alcohol intake, hold your tongue, hold your temper, control your anger
  • verb Check or regulate (a scientific experiment) by conducting a parallel experiment or comparing with another standard
    Are you controlling for the temperature?
  • verb Verify by using a duplicate register for comparison
    control an account