Thesaurus / frame


In this same time frame, big tech companies — the businesses at the forefront of digital innovation — have flourished, as have brands that capitalized on the power of social media engagement.
After sliding the frames back into place, the researchers settled in to watch what happened as bees tooted and how it differed from when bees quacked.
In the same time frame, the rate of new business creation has declined by half.
Here’s a garment rack option that’s a bit more of a hybrid, offering the stability and frame of a furniture piece with the portability of a modular system.
It slithered up and over the window frame and out of the house, falling to the ground below.
Crime overall remains lower than it has been in years past and criminologists also caution against a focus on crime statistics over a short time frame, such as week-to-week or month-to-month.
For videos, the tool can even analyze individual frames in real time.
Faking an individual frame is relatively simple at this point using modern AI techniques, but movement introduces an extra level of challenge, and that’s often where the software can glean its clues.
BofA notes that having at least a 10-year time frame is the best way to keep losses to a minimum.
In mid-drive systems, the motor is bolted to the frame at the bottom bracket.


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