computer monitor

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: monitor - a device that displays signals on a computer screen
monitoring device, monitor - display produced by a device that takes signals and displays them on a television screen or a computer monitor
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Earlier this spring, one old computer monitor and a television were found on a quarter-mile stretch of West Street in Auburn during a townwide cleanup, and when a truck from the town's highway department came to pick them up, others could be seen in the vehicle's flatbed.
Firm ergonomic champions should ensure that computer monitor, keyboard and mouse arrangements meet current ergonomic recommendations (see http:// ergo.
The dull beige computer monitor pictured in Ad Hoc Locum (Complete System), 2005, is technologically outmoded, while the pile of soil in Ad Hoc Locum (Ficus), 2004, as the residue of landscaping, indicates that there's a corresponding hole somewhere.
Police in Hartlepool are appealing for help to trace robbers who stole a computer monitor from a housing office.
Lamp at the back left corner, computer monitor in the center, a pencil holder to the right.
SCREEN CAPTURE -- Provides screen shots of the computer monitor, and can save snapshots or send these to a remote location.
For example, people don't rest their eyes on their computer monitor when they're talking to someone on the phone.
His young daughter, mean-while, studies data on a computer monitor.
Some of them come around in regular cycles--modern urban legends circulated not around a summer campfire but the violet glow of a computer monitor.
Uncorrected vision, poor computer monitor design, workplace ergonomics and a visually demanding job can contribute to the development of eye problems.
The 27-inch, LED-backlit computer monitor features a narrow-bezel design.
But this morning, they came back and took a computer monitor.

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