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bare bones

No frills. No luxuries. See bare bones system.
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The report includes server shipment volume, shipment value, ASP, with detailed breakdowns by assembly level (full system, barebones and motherboard), by maker, by price point, and manufacturer volume ranking and product mix.
Summary: F300-1Giada Technology has introduced its F300 barebone mini PC in the Middle East.
Forced to travel with a barebones 11, Coventry showed admirable spirit as they con-fined their high-flying hosts to a 3-0 interval lead and created opportunities of their own via Simon Gilbert, Mitch Wise and Adam Figgins.
Since launching Band 10 years ago, Sternberg has leveraged the brand's status as a West Coast outlier while running refreshing, no-frills campaigns that he shoots using a Polaroid camera and a barebones crew.
The readings themselves will be barebones, with no set or costumes.
On the last Thursday of the year, December 26, DJ Luciano will take to the turntables to play his mind-blowing lend of barebones techno, pure house and Latin rhythms at O1NE Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.
The Zbox nano is available with barebones, leaving you the option to chose the specifications, or with 2GB of DDR3 memory and a 64GB SSD.
available as a barebones unit or with 2GB of DDR3 memory and a 64GB SSD (PLUS).
Foxconn made available the entire range of Foxconn Motherboard, Nano-PC, Desktop Barebones and Chassis to the entire IT channel.
Harley's last (and fourth) album, Drumrolls For Somersaults (Villainous Records) included a vocal contribution by Thea Gilmore but by the time he reaches the Sage there will be a new EP, Barebones, available.
IT consulting computer firm Barebones Networking announced on Tuesday a new service that allows users to send SMS text messages from their desktop.
And with the Ibrox club's barebones squad severely hampered by injury, gaffer Walter Smith will be desperate for three of his key men to avoid being taken down in referee Robert Schoergenhofer's book.