high-def

high-def

 (hī′dĕf′)
adj. Informal
High-definition.
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From high-definition foundations that create flawless skin but escape the scrutiny of high-def cameras, to cutting-edge packaging and expertly coordinated kits with step-by-step regimens, Cargo Cosmetics offers a wide selection of color cosmetics and tools that allow every woman to customize her beauty look.
First there was high-def, but now, according to Make Up For Ever, ultra high def is necessary to keep pace with the times.
In 2007 the Google Lunar X Prize launched its outer space rat race, if you will, promising a $30 million prize to the first team to land a robot on the moon, explore the surface area for at least 500 meters, and transmit high-def video back to Earth.
Featuring lunch & dinner with daily food specials, full bar happy hour, live music, and flat screen high-def TV's at almost every table.
The camera's three CMOS HD sensors are ideal for use as a component in critical high-def video tasks, including surgical microscopy, ophthalmology and infrared inspection.
This touch-screen device is both a mini high-def projector and a Wi-Fi provider for up to eight nearby devices.
In addition, high-def cinematic story videos from 358/2 Days, a host of gameplay mechanics and new PS3 trophies all deliver an invigorating universe, where Mickey, Goofy and Donald tread the gameplay boards with our FF friends, visiting rich worlds from Aladdin to Alice in Wonderland.
Standard DVDs can be upgraded to High-Def (HD) for $5.
Media accounts in June have also said that Google is preparing to launch Apple TV, involving a high-def television product and a video online retail center similar to its iTunes music online retail center.
Besides BDs and DVDs, you will use them to stream Pandora music channels, pull up the latest weird YouTube video to show off, rent high-def versions of new releases, and stream a marathon or two worth of cheesy sitcoms.
Each kit supports full 1080p high-def resolution, is WirelessHD 1.
Although 30% of Canucks now own HDTVs, 17% of that group don't have the set-top box required to deliver high-def signals, according to a consumer survey by the Canadian chapter of the Cable Telecommunications Assn.

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