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toolchest

(ˈtuːltʃɛst)
n
(Tools) a chest in which tools are kept
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The SP toolchest is filling with a variety of algorithms, giving the system designer an increasingly sophisticated palette to paint from.
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The repressive and borderless alliance of terrorists and rogue states, the nontraditional nature of modern asymmetric warfare, and the potential for a few to use technology to create devastating, worldwide effects mean the President and other decisionmakers in the free world are faced with an increasingly global battlespace and a military toolchest primarily developed in the Cold War.
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The one continuing annoyance, though, is the need to drag out a toolchest to have all the implements necessary to accomplish the task.