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On drawings, abbr. for “equipment.”
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On the second day Iron Hans equipped him as a white knight, and gave him a white horse.
As I had been scrutinizing this weird monstrosity the balance of the herd had fed quite close to me and I now saw that while many had the smaller specimens dangling from them, not all were thus equipped, and I further noted that the little ones varied in size from what appeared to be but tiny unopened buds an inch in diameter through various stages of development to the full-fledged and perfectly formed creature of ten to twelve inches in length.
Fearsome-looking as they were, I did not know whether to fear them or not, for they did not seem to be particularly well equipped for fighting, and I was on the point of stepping from my hiding-place and revealing myself to them to note the effect upon them of the sight of a man when my rash resolve was, fortunately for me, nipped in the bud by a strange shrieking wail, which seemed to come from the direction of the bluffs at my right.
The head bears a slight resemblance to that of a frog, except that the jaws are equipped with three rows of long, sharp tusks.
They are equipped with a massive tail about six feet long, quite round where it joins the body, but tapering to a flat, thin blade toward the end, which trails at right angles to the ground.
When all was completed and the muster called in the castle yard the oldest soldier of the French wars was fain to confess that he had never looked upon a better equipped or more warlike body of men, from the old knight with his silk jupon, sitting his great black war-horse in the front of them, to Hordle John, the giant recruit, who leaned carelessly upon a huge black bow-stave in the rear.
The mill line can be easily equipped with second-hand equipment.
It is equipped with intelligent presentation systems and large-scale, immersive virtual reality technology for virtual collaboration, analysis, and decision making.
The automakers plan to replace the coils on all 2001 and 2002 model-year cars equipped with certain engines.
Cat's smallest loader is typically equipped with buckets holding around one cubic yard, while its largest loader (used in massive mining operations) can be equipped with a bucket that carries 40 cubic yards of material.
These figures are expected to increase dramatically over the next year as more vehicles are equipped with LoJack systems.
The RG33L is equipped with a hydraulic ramp, a gunner's protection kit, a robotic arm, survivability gear, and dedicated space for equipment stowage.