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mechanized

[′mek·ə‚nīzd]
(computer science)
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felling and processing performed with a chainsaw), mechanized cut-to-length harvesting offers increased productivity and reduced production costs, which may justify rapid full-scale mechanization of the largest operations (Verani and Sperandio 2004).
Najmeddin further pointed out that IKCO plans to put into operation the first mechanized press parts warehouse in the Middle-East in the near future, and added, "This mechanized press parts warehouse is one of IKCO's biggest development projects in exploiting the latest technologies.
The 4th Mechanized Brigade's return means the Challenger II main battle tank will return to Catterick for the first time in five years.
STEEDS OF STEEL: A HISTORY OF AMERICAN MECHANIZED CAVALRY IN WORLD WAR II provides an in-depth review of the 1941 new 'mechanized cavalrymen' whose role would change the modern battlefield's approach.
In the late 1920s British mechanized development encouraged the Army to study the use of tanks in a variety of roles, and in 1931 Camp Knox began its association with armored warfare.
The clocks are mechanized and are hand-wound, but since City Hall will be closed on Sunday, John Rives, the official timekeeper of Worcester, will adjust the clock about 7 Monday morning.
Between the two world wars, each of the major armies of the world wrestled with the question of how to integrate tanks and other mechanized equipment into their organization and doctrine.
Patton began his military career chasing Pancho Villa in 1915 and then moved on to France during WW I where he championed mechanized warfare.

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