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toolchest

(ˈtuːltʃɛst)
n
(Tools) a chest in which tools are kept
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Google's G Suite for Education took the Silver award, with Classroom (one component of G Suite) cited frequently by educators as a powerful addition to their toolchest.
But the toolchest was full when we packed it the other day
The SP toolchest is filling with a variety of algorithms, giving the system designer an increasingly sophisticated palette to paint from.
HIS INDICTMENT FOR racketeering and fraud and his second career as a philanthropist and innovation incubator are not why Michael Milken was chosen for the IA30, but rather his role in introducing high-yield bonds to the advisor's investment toolchest and the entrepreneur's capital options.
CAD/CAM systems include Cimatron, Toolchest, Cadkey, XMD, and Power Mill.
The repressive and borderless alliance of terrorists and rogue states, the nontraditional nature of modern asymmetric warfare, and the potential for a few to use technology to create devastating, worldwide effects mean the President and other decisionmakers in the free world are faced with an increasingly global battlespace and a military toolchest primarily developed in the Cold War.
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