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adjective as in regulated

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At the same time, courts in the US and Australia began to experiment with using ankle monitors for an entirely different purpose—enforcing quarantine orders.

DisplayFusion offers even more control over virtual monitors or different areas of your screens.

Both feature optical heart-rate monitoring, a temperature monitor and an SpO2 sensor — which was possibly the biggest upgrade announced for the Apple Watch Series 6.

Ultra-wide high-definition monitors can totally change your experience—transforming the sad apartment office to a digital command center out of some William Gibson cyberpunk thriller.

There wasn’t a studio audience but a virtual one, with faces beamed in on monitors put in the audience seats.

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A guard is manning the door, which is always kept ajar so she can be monitored.

Some eyes in the park watched him while the police monitored the situation from several street corners.

Once back in his Harlem apartment, he closely monitored his condition, taking his temperature twice a day.

For its part, the East German government spied on him and monitored his scripts.

That brings us back to the cloud system monitored by the Cassini mission between July 20 and 22.

The communicator-screen faithfully monitored the end of the commercial.

The Med Ship floated free, and Calhoun fretfully monitored all the beacon frequencies known to man.

Very, very carefully, he monitored all the wave-lengths and wave-forms he could discover in use on Weald.

Unattended ground sensors allow critical areas to be monitored continually.

We have monitored reports that the government is checking airlocks at all cities.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to monitored, such as: coordinated, managed, organized, standardized, supervised, and adapted.

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