self-moving


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Adj.1.self-moving - designed to activate or move or regulate itself; "a self-activating sprinkler system"
automatic - operating with minimal human intervention; independent of external control; "automatic transmission"; "a budget deficit that caused automatic spending cuts"
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There is also Travelmate, a self-moving suitcase that follows its owner and is expected to be available this year.
In addition to the list of Movers and Packers, the website of the directory also proffers many informative pages on Packing Tips, moving checklist, Cost Calculator, tips on choosing a Mover, budget moving plans, tips on moving with kids, pet moving tips, self-moving tips, plant moving tips and more.
Self-moving equipment rental revenues increased by USD24.
In the US, it had 5,990 operating days, up 5%, as the industry continued to shift to multi-well, pad drilling projects which require deep-reaching, self-moving drilling rigs.
THE magical self-moving tinsel on EastEnders' hastily crowbarred, continuity-challenged Mandela scene.
While the agency of humans is the main focus of the book, Steward argues that the agency of any self-moving animals is threatened by determinism.
A Live-Performance Model LX high-resolution player system is built in, with an advanced trap-work mechanism that displays self-moving pedals designed and developed by Gene Korolev.
For Castoriadis, life qua life is understood as auto-poietic, that is, as self-moving, self-creating.
Danny begins to play the game, an ingenious wind-up contraption that comes with self-moving pieces and a metal turnkey in lieu of rolling dice.
The first ekranoplane flight took place in July 1961 with the prototype SM-1 (SM for Samohodnaya Model--translated to mean self-moving craft).
Philosophy proper, however, constitutes the positive and makes it possible to achieve "self-enjoyment" through the act of comprehending that what "really is," is the self-moving concept (II, 740).