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Meanings and phrases
- located far away spatially; distant
- very unlikely; outside
- separate or apart in time; distant; removed
- inaccessible and sparsely populated; outback
- far apart in relevance or relationship or kinship; distant
- a device that can be used to control a machine or apparatus from a distance; remote control
- a device that can be used to control a machine or apparatus from a distance; remote
- Whoever has the remote control controls Gigantor.
- A remote control was used to interact with the unit.
- These devices allow remote control as well as live view.
- a terminal connected to a computer by a data link; remote terminal; link-attached terminal; link-attached station
- a terminal connected to a computer by a data link; link-attached terminal; remote station; link-attached station
- JVs served in remote areas such as Nulato, Alaska.
- Its aim is to promote health and education in remote areas.
- For remote areas, aluminum towers may be placed by helicopters.
- Hussey is trained in climatic geomorphology and remote sensing.
- His research spans a wide arena of remote sensing applications.
- Mapping radars are used to scan a large region for remote sensing and geography applications.
- have brought more people to this remote location.
- The ruins are well-preserved due to the remote location.
- Their remote location means there is also no electricity.
- Old Sormovo is more remote from the historical centre.
- The more remote beaches can only be reached via dirt roads.
- It did well in cities and larger towns but fared poorly in more remote areas.
- Until the fifteenth century, Kulubnarti was a remote area.
- It was discontinued primarily due to its location in a remote area of Japan.
- For nearly 200 years, this remote area of the island has been called "Money Cove".
- Transfer of content between remote locations was slow and had limited capacity.
- Boxing was not sanctioned by most English cities, which is why remote locations were required.
- His exploratory trips to various remote locations in India triggered his passion for photography.
- the most remote inhabited island in the United Kingdom.
- Baker Island is one of the most remote U.S. equatorial possessions.
- Unlike most remote procedure call systems, each door has only one server procedure.
- The school was in a remote village in Oaş, Pășunea Mare.
- Two persons, namely Ajay and Prem come to a remote village.
- Malapattam was a traditionally isolated and remote village.
- Many pirates search for his mountain of gold hidden on a remote island.
- Jimmy Sparks lives with his uncle, Dr. Bob Brilliant, on a remote island.
- Recently first described in 1996, it is found only in this remote island of Australia.
- Although less widespread, it is still spoken in some remote villages of the Of district itself.
- Her paintings document the clothes and lifestyle of the local people living in remote villages in Northern Italy.
- A reward of £200 was unsuccessfully offered for Koko, who was forced to flee from the British, hiding in remote villages.
- Tree rings must be obtained from nature, frequently from remote regions.
- The design was intended to be used by the SASR to patrol remote regions of Australia.
- What little aid reached the remote regions of Aceh province trickled in primarily by boat and air.
- Gunn cut a number of well used tracks and erected huts in the more remote parts of his run.
- Acidic deposits have been detected in glacial ice thousands of years old in remote parts of the globe.
- Dogs have to be on the leash around the lawn but they are allowed off the leash in remote parts of the park.
- Their knowledge of remote controlled cars is used in "Eleven".
- This procedure is remote controlled.
- The main station in Ankara had 12 Transmitters, remote controlled.
- This feature allows traffic managers remote access from a PC, laptop or dedicated control room.
- ARA slowly disappeared in the late 1990s when TCP/IP took over the vast majority of networking needs, notably remote access.
- As of 2006, and Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) was made available to the public for remote access of the library's holdings.
- The conflict escalated in the 1990s, mainly in remote rural areas.
- The CCC often provided the only paid work, as many reservations were in remote rural areas.
- The funeral, although in a remote rural area, was attended by hundreds of thousands of people.
- South Star sells fresh medicines and goods in remote communities.
- The research conducted by the commission covered nearly all national territories affected by the internal conflict, with an emphasis on remote communities.
- In 2008, Fairfax founded the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation in a bid to support people in rural and remote communities throughout Queensland and the Northern Territory.
- Some of these crosses are at very remote places.
- The women reached very remote places, recording folk tales, riddles, customs, and recipes.
- He believed that the chapel and the village were based in a very remote and narrow location.
- In 2007, Jones undertook a pioneering expedition to a remote part of South East Greenland.
- Rosalyn (Janice de Belen) just got word that her Ate Rowena (Gina Alajar) died in a remote part of her province.
- The 14th Dalai Lama was born on 6 July 1935 on a straw mat in a cowshed to a farmer's family in a remote part of Tibet.
- The military airdropped the exhumed bodies over open water or remote mountain locations.
- The film tells a story of group of co-workers who go to a remote mountain forest in Hungary, where they become victims of murderous attacks.
- His photographic work included an image of funeral pyres on the Ganges River in India and of the remote mountain town of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.
- After remote controls were invented, digital adjustments became common.
- These "remote controls" can also be used for the interactive design of the show.
- Rolling code technology is also used on car remote controls and with some internet protocols for secure sites.