Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
You can't expect the police to be superefficient against that background."
For once the superefficient detective was caught off guard.
Nor does it run on a superefficient Stirling engine (yet).
Then he was in a superefficient, direct neural link with the poet.
Perhaps with the help of the superefficient Brazilians, those moves may come sooner rather than later.
I think she wanted to show her poor old father that she could do something more than just be a superefficient secretary."
Maybe the plants will find some superefficient yellow pigment that's better than green chlorophyll.
Just a huge, superefficient cybernetic grocery clerk of a logistic computer.
"They are intrigued by the superclean, superefficient gasoline hybrid with a fuel that's available."
Superefficient collectors will return the item of refuse with instructions that metal must be separated from the glass.
California moved to force automakers to sell superefficient cars (and this year, it passed legislation to reduce greenhouse gases).
Its superefficient in other ways, too.
If superefficient solutions are pricey or obscure, many mainstream options abound at the mall.
For the superefficient automobile, the foundation even envisions a made-for-TV road race and finale.
IT has taken a while, but the auto industry has come up with a mode of personal transportation that is superefficient, nonpolluting and highly fashionable.
In general, any superefficient estimator may surpass a regular estimator at most on a set of Lebesgue measure zero.
Superefficient insulation requires less fuel burning to stay warm, but its original purpose, Mr. Swails said, was to keep him more comfortable in cold weather.
The new blitzkrieg scoops had giant engines, superefficient ekti reactors, and detachable cargo tanks like a cluster of grapes.
The superefficient refrigerator has no CFC's either but does use HCFC's in its insulation.
The Maytag Corporation came up with a superefficient front-loading washing machine several years ago called the Neptune that uses far less water and electricity than a conventional top-loader.
Fortunately, their superefficient immune system could be neutralized when necessary, and one of these occasions was when vital organs or limbs from a donor were used as surgical replacements.
Coupled with a superefficient version of Honda's marvelous 4-cylinder, 16-valve, 115-horsepower VTEC-E engine, the CVT is smooth and quiet, yet quite energetic.
Out of curiosity he did open one, and found he was looking over treetops toward the source of a roaring noise which a moment ago had been inaudible thanks to superefficient soundproofing.
There are also superefficient electric refrigerators, such as those produced by the Sun Frost company, some of which use only about half as much electricity as a mass-market energy star-rated refrigerator.
"But Dell has used information technology to gain an extraordinary competitive advantage in the personal computer business, becoming superefficient because of its supply-chain system," said Charles Fitzgerald, a strategy executive at Microsoft.