rudimentary

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  • These classes are rudimentary, but serve a greater purpose that still remains to be discovered.
  • His only previous musical knowledge was rudimentary piano lessons he received in his youth.
  • He started by writing the title screen music and programming rudimentary character movements.
  • It takes over three centuries for even the most rudimentary civilization to return.
  • They began to visit the sick in their homes, and provide whatever rudimentary care they could.
  • Some repair work was carried out here, despite the facilities being rudimentary.
  • He set up a laboratory using only the most rudimentary of equipment, and began his revolution.
  • The hand and body of the person holding them may function as a rudimentary ground plane.
  • There still remains only rudimentary evidence of most of them.
  • Rudimentary naval fire control systems were first developed around the time of World War I.
  • They later built some rudimentary stone-houses around the area now called Nam Van.
  • Some of them have been formed into a rudimentary breakwater at the high water line.
  • A rudimentary system of ground-level power supply was used on some stretches with mixed success.
  • Thus the machine could be said to have a rudimentary memory.
  • The game also made use of rudimentary sound effects.
  • However for most of the park there is only very rudimentary or absent vehicle access.
  • The leaves are simple and opposite, although they can be rudimentary or absent.
  • There is a rudimentary shed structure that serves as a police station when police are present.
  • Even village religious leaders usually have only a rudimentary knowledge of Islam.
  • While the first tower was rudimentary at best, its usefulness was quickly noted.
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