mobile

A hanging sign that moves with air flow or is powered by electricity.
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mobile

[adj] - (of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements frequently 2. [adj] - having transportation available 3. [adj] - moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place) 4. [adj] - capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another 5. [n] - a river in southwestern Alabama 6. ...
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mobile

A sculpture consisting of a number of various objects and shapes, suspended on wire arms. Mobiles are designed to move freely and, therefore, change continuously in a current of air. Unlike...
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Mobile

refers to a continuous-monitoring instrument mounted on a vehicle such as, but not limited to, a mining machine or industrial truck.
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Mobile

Mo'bile adjective [ Latin mobilis , for movibilis , from movere to move: confer French mobile . See Move .] 1. Capable of being moved; not fixed in place or condition; movable. 'Fixed or else mobile .' Skelton. 2. Characterized by an...
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Mobile

Mo'bile (mō'bĭl; Latin mŏb'ĭ*lē) noun [ Latin mobile vulgus . See Mobile , adjective , and confer 3d Mob .] The mob; the populace. [ Obsolete] 'The unthinking mobile .' South.
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mobile

1. Capable of being moved; not fixed in place or condition; movable. 'Fixed or else mobile.' ... 2. Characterised by an extreme degree of fluidity; moving or flowing with great freedom; as, benzine and mercury are mobile liquids; opposed to viscous, viscoidal, or oily. ... 3. Easily moved in feeling, purpose, or direction; excitable; changeable; fi...
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mobile

nomadic adjective (of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements frequently; `a restless mobile society`; `the nomadic habits of the Bedouins`; `believed the profession of a peregrine typist would have a happy future`; `wandering tribes`
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Mobile

• (a.) Capable of being moved, aroused, or excited; capable of spontaneous movement. • (a.) Changing in appearance and expression under the influence of the mind; as, mobile features. • (a.) Characterized by an extreme degree of fluidity; moving or flowing with great freedom; as, benzine and mercury are mobile liquids; -- opposed to ...
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Mobile

(from the article `Butor, Michel`) ...en jeune singe (1967; Portrait of the Artist as a Young Ape), Intervalle (1973), and Explorations (1981; with verse). Outstanding among his ...
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Mobile

city, seat (1812) of Mobile county, southwestern Alabama, U.S. It lies on Mobile Bay (an arm of the Gulf of Mexico) at the mouth of the Mobile River ...
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mobile

abstract sculpture that has moving parts, driven either by motors or the natural force of wind. The word mobile was initially suggested by Marcel ... [2 related articles]
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Mobile

Mobile is British slang for a tea break.
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Mobile

The USS Mobile was an American Cleveland Class light cruiser of 10000 tons displacement launched in 1942. The USS Mobile was powered by eight Babcock and Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots and carried a complement of 900 and three aircraft. She was armed with twelve 6 inch guns; twelve 5 inch dual-purpose guns arranged in pairs; twent...
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Mobile

refers to a continuous-monitoring instrument mounted on a vehicle such as, but not limited to, a mining machine or industrial truck.
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mobile

capable of operating while being moved
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mobile

mobile (mō'bēl) , a type of moving sculptural artwork developed by Alexander Calder in 1932 and named by Marcel Duchamp. Often constructed of colored metal pieces connected by wires or rods, the mobile has moving parts that are sensitive to a breeze or light touch; it can be designed...
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Mobile

Mobile (mōbēl', mō'bēl") , city (1990 pop. 196,278), seat of Mobile co., SW Ala., at the head of Mobile Bay and at the mouth of the Mobile River; inc. 1814. Mobile is one of the country's major ports, the only seaport in Alabama, and the second largest city in the...
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Mobile

Industrial city and administrative headquarters of Mobile County, southwest Alabama, USA, at the mouth of the Mobile River, on the northwest shore of Mobile Bay, 48 km/30 mi from the Gulf of Mexico; population (2000 est) 198,900. It is the only seaport in Alabama. Industries include meatpacking and the manufacture of wood products, aircraft...
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mobile

(sculpture) A sculpture consisting of a number of various objects and shapes, suspended on wire arms. Mobiles are designed to move freely and, therefore, change continuously in a current of air. Unlike traditional static sculpture, they create movement in space. The US sculptor Alexander Calde...
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mobile

A type of sculpture in which parts move, often activated by air currents. See also kinetic art.
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Mobile

— An umbrella term in technology that was long synonymous with cellular phones but has since grown to encompass tablet computing (the iPad) and even netbooks. In retrospect, an early mobile technology was the pager. Sometimes the term is used interchangeably with wireless.” It generally refers to untethered computing devices that can a...
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Mobile

[Amtrak station] The station was built by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad in 1956, replacing an earlier station on the same site. Besides the Sunset Limited, the station once served as the southern terminus of Amtrak`s Gulf Breeze train from 1989 to 1994. ...
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Mobile

[sculpture] A mobile is a type of kinetic sculpture constructed to take advantage of the principle of equilibrium. It consists of a number of rods, from which weighted objects or further rods hang. The objects hanging from the rods balance each other, so that the rods remain more or less horizontal. Each rod hangs from only one string, whic...
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Mobile

Mobile often refers to: Mobile may also refer to: ==Technology== ==Places== ==Entertainment== ...
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