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Because the tightly woven wool fabric serves as a rudimentary shell, blocking some wind, the doubled-up front of the sweater keeps you cozy while cycling or skiing without preventing your back from losing heat.
Fitbit has come a long way since their early rudimentary clip-on trackers that used motion sensors to track movement, sleep, and calorie burn.
As modern panpsychists like Alfred North Whitehead, David Ray Griffin, Galen Strawson, and others have argued, all matter has some capacity for feeling, albeit highly rudimentary feeling in most configurations of matter.
While that might sound rudimentary, it is not a normal finding in our post-update analysis.
One problem is that our scientific understanding of food is still rudimentary.
They use rudimentary guidelines like age, income, and education to show singles a list of potential viable romantic partners—a state-run Tinder, if you will.
Currently, most advertising on Roblox is rudimentary — a mix of banner ads and in-game wardrobe collaborations.
The robot the researchers have built is small and rudimentary, and the algorithms being run on the analog circuit are fairly basic.
Yet while early humans had this talent, their concept of a deeper future was rudimentary.
The issue came up in a rudimentary discussion of the role of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

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