gizmology

gizmology

(ɡɪzˈmɒlədʒɪ)
n
gadgetry; gadgets collectively
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Your choices are limited to a high-strung, turbocharged 4-cylinder with the pistons facing the wrong way (even simply changing the plugs on a Subaru engine quickly becomes an exercise in determining who has the most agile chopstick fingers) or a massive mill with double the number of cylinders coupled with Toyota's sometimes notoriously overwrought "gizmology" (D4 and VVT-iE).
Banks said: "I had barely caught up with the latter half of the 20th century when here I am being ensnarled by gizmology from the 21st.
Eastwood is also producer/director and although the dramatic tension before lift-off feels a bit like a simulation, the NASA gizmology will send science junkies into orbit.
During a lecture at the Futureworld exhibition in Belfast's Waterfront Hall the female speaker, talking about the television of tomorrow, mentioned "gizmology".
To keep up standards the Mark II Reindeer he now employs come with all the latest hi- tech gizmology, while the sleigh of today is fitted with sat-nav!
Let's get rid of all the hideously expensive hi-tech gizmology and stuff a big V8 in the cars and herald the return of the gearstick.
On Thursday before the race, Cosworth, the team's engine supplier, withheld the electronic gizmology that allows the 800 bhp V 10 to start.
The machine positively bristled with state-of-the-art 1961-style gizmology.
Because of all the added luxury gizmology, the LSE relied even more on the products of Lucas Industries.