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scanner in Electrical topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscannerscan‧ner /ˈskænə $ -ər/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 scanner.jpg TEEa machine that passes an electrical beam over something in order to produce a picture of what is inside itscan a high-tech body scanner2 TDa piece of computer equipment that allows written or printed information to be taken onto a computer and stored therescan
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scannerscanners for medical useThe developer hopes it would link with the existing Magnetic Imaging Centre, which already operates a sophisticated body scanner.The original contracts included a commitment to update body scanners free of charge.The company also will demonstrate a new keyboard aimed at the home market that incorporates a built-in paper scanner.One is a single-sheet paper scanner built into a keyboard.Later, Fornek reported on his efforts to question Gingrich about the taped conversation that was picked up on a police scanner.The tape was made by people who intercepted a cellular telephone transmission with a police scanner.This time Karen was in front of the scanner.This scanner looks for trigger points.