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smarts

slang Intelligence, wits, or perspicacity. Only I have the smarts to make this company a success! Without me, this place would have closed down years ago! She's got smarts in spades, but she lacks the ambition to really make a name for herself.
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smarts

n. intelligence. I got the smarts to do the job. All I need is someone to trust me.
See also: smart
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HARMAN hopes to combine JD.coms advantages in smart hardware with our powerful audio technologies, allowing us to offer our innovative smart hardware technologies and perfect sound quality to more consumers.
Eric Wang, CEO of JD Smart added, The JBL Go Smart is a great example of how combining high-quality audio with smart home technology can create new and innovative solutions for users.
JBL Go Smart will support both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth streaming so users can enjoy it at home and onthe-go.
Because we really do have a responsibility to ensure that those deep smarts that are essential to our organization are not lost." In automotive, plenty of those smarts have already walked out the door.
Despite its compact dimensions, there is space for all the safety features typical to Smart.
With the Smart Forfour the designers and developers have come up with an independent car with a strong character for the small car segment, which is a new interpretation of the standards set by the city-coup, Smart Cabrio, Smart Crossblade, Smart Roadster and Smart Roadster-coupe.
Smart spokeswoman Debbie Hull said: "We are really excited about the Forfour.
Because they think in words, those who are strong in word smarts were the teacher's pet in English and creative writing and learn most quickly through lectures and books.
Visual intelligence, also known as "picture smarts," is the brain system responsible for processing and storing all visual images, real and "imaginary." Sight is such an all-encompassing aspect of our daily lives that the portion of brain matter allocated to visual intelligence outweighs that of verbal intelligence.
Smart structures have many potential applications, but almost all of them involve controlling undesirable vibrations of various sizes, from annoying sound waves to building sway.
To help overcome these limitations, designers are increasingly turning to smart materials with controllable properties.
Products developed in the Smart Space Test Bed are also being used in the Smart Meeting Room project and will be used in conjunction with a project in wireless networking performance and compatibility testing.
Starting in 1998, NIST has conducted a series of annual industry conferences on Smart Spaces and pervasive computing.
For all this environmental awareness; though, even this is not the most revolutionary aspect of the SMART production system--that falls to the arrangements with the suppliers.
One of the conditions of being one of these integrated suppliers is that they can only supply the SMART plant--they cannot supply any other plant.