We have no meanings for "using tiny" in our records yet.
Baxter's cell separation technology isolates the CD34 cells using tiny magnetic beads.
Gradually they drew nearer, using tiny alleyways to dodge the thugs' blockades.
Then they suppressed them using tiny beads coated with an inhibiting substance.
My fantasy was 'wow, reconstructing lives from previous times using tiny artifacts'.
She whispered as she went, using tiny bleeding capillaries to work the Unknown Tongue.
Some future touchscreen displays might even give you tactile feedback - using tiny electrical shocks.
I began to sew it closed, using tiny stitches so the seam wouldn't be obvious.
The daring look is achieved using tiny patches of flesh-coloured fabric held together with clear plastic straps.
What it's for: Labs-on-chips - using tiny amounts of liquid -could use cardiac muscle cells as pumps.
A bonus: The lenses could act as a persistent health monitor, using tiny biosensors to analyze your eye's cells.
He's done it by making a mosaic using tiny metal off cuts from a very large industrial knitting machine.
They are meant to attach to each other, around the central tube, by using tiny little strips of double-stick tape.
The Supreme Court last month said Aereo violated copyright law by using tiny antennas to broadcast TV content online to paying subscribers.
Facebook Many of the other choices Facebook displayed showed similar disparities, using tiny font or grayed-out options for users to restrict access to data.
Using tiny diamond particles, called nanodiamonds, they have measured temperatures not only of cells, but specific regions within them.
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