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universal instrument

[¦yü·nə¦vər·səl ′inz·trə·mənt]
(engineering)
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The MBO was conducted on behalf of Hazel Horn, now the managing director of Universal Instrument Services, who acquired the share capital of the business from the previous owners.
"I am convinced that Russia's active interaction with the Islamic world will help build a fairer system of international relations, where the factor of force will finally stop playing the role of a universal instrument to settle all emerging problems," he said.
* The Catholic church as the unique and universal instrument of salvation
These include single and twin-column mechanical testers and the FTPlus friction tester, which can be configured with the new software as a universal instrument for tensile, compression, and flexural tests.
Universal instrument interface software solves an important problem that exists with many PAT deployments using near infrared (NIR), Rahman spectroscopy, or similar type instruments.
This universal instrument is available in a PCI form factor for applications in a variety of industries including communications, semiconductor, biomedical and ultrasonic nondestructive test (NDT).
The resulting device is the first universal instrument for dynamic measurements.
"The Council further agreed that the United Nations was the only forum that could deliver a truly universal instrument."
The show's composer Michele Paulicellie said: ''Music is a universal instrument, above all for kids, and each song contains a message.''
The voice is a universal instrument, and there certainly is a noble tradition among Jews of cantorial singing.
Its new ratchet technology offers the user a universal instrument that can be used for many different applications.
It's a universal instrument. It's invigorating to experience, whether you're the player or the listener.

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