Forstall

For`stall´


v. t.1.To forestall.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Liman told News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Minna that the measles outbreak in Kaduna State made the Niger Government to embark on health education and immunisation to forstall its spread to the state.
He was given a more central role in the iOS software development following the departure of iOS software chief Scott Forstall in 2013.
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The other, lead by then head of software Scott Forstall, attempted to slim down the Mac's operating system to work on a touchscreen.
Technology My IT has hired Jeanne Forstall as an accounting administrator.
Steve Forstall, an early pioneer of IOS, Apple's famous operating system, disclosed recently how Mr Jobs came up with the idea in a restaurant, when the latter got frustrated while operating an existing mobile phone at that time, due to its bulky, awkward keyboard.
According to Scott Forstall, the executive, who was apparently the husband of a friend of Jobs's wife Laurene Powell Jobs, continuously bragged about the Redmond-based firm's plans to develop tablets and styluses.
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Five years ago, when Apple first integrated its voice-activated digital assistant into iPhone software, it called the technology "amazing." And as Apple execs Phil Schiller and Scott Forstall gave a live demonstration at the iPhone 4s launch event, it certainly looked pretty groundbreaking.
The chosen extract contained a voice over by Scott Forstall, the Senior Vice President of the iPhone software company.
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