kitset

kitset

(ˈkɪtˌsɛt)
n
a. a piece of furniture supplied in pieces for the purchaser to assemble himself or herself
b. (as modifier): a kitset kitchen.
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Parameters for this kitset were obtained after correspondence from the headquarters of Abbott Diagnostics, Brazil.
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