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intelligent

(of computerized functions) able to modify action in the light of ongoing events
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Taken as a problem in logic, the answer is, of course, that absolutely nothing in the way of abstract mental content is inferable from the mere fact that we can use intelligently words of which the meaning is abstract.
He approached the carriage, and delivered his message gallantly and intelligently.
I learned how to choose between words after a study of their fitness, and though I often employed them decoratively and with no vital sense of their qualities, still in mere decoration they had to be chosen intelligently, and after some thought about their structure and meaning.
Where before he had been unable to think intelligently because of the hysterical fear that had claimed him he now lay quietly searching for some means of escape from his dilemma.
I know it," I replied, "but they give us a starting-point from which to prosecute our search intelligently.
Perhaps not," the Inspector declared, "but, on the other hand, there are certain questions which you can answer me,--answer them, I mean, not grudgingly and as though in duty bound,--answer them intelligently, and with some apprehension of the things which lie behind.
In his small way the author of these dispositions was something of a strategist; if Napoleon had planned as intelligently at Waterloo he would have won that memorable battle and been overthrown later.
Then with men, the more intelligent they become, the more intelligently they will see after their own welfare, and the less they will need the goad to keep them out of danger.
He had seen and talked with most of the creatures when from time to time they had been brought singly into the workshop that their creator might mitigate the wrong he had done by training the poor minds with which he had endowed them to reason intelligently.
com)-- Yosh Beier, co-founder and managing partner of Lead Intelligently, announced that the firm is offering customized leadership coaching options for entrepreneurs, emerging and mid-career leaders.
Rawlings, a manufacturer of sporting goods, has deployed Packeteer's PacketShapers to intelligently accelerate and maintain constant priority status for business-critical applications across its WAN.
So in 1999, Longoria, a jazz musician who lives in Sherman Oaks and has recorded with pop star CeCe Peniston, set up Living Intelligently for Today, a concert-driven nonprofit organization that promotes a positive and drug-free lifestyle for young people.