A device or piece of equipment designed to perform a specific task, typically a domestic one
An apparatus fitted by a surgeon or a dentist for corrective or therapeutic purpose
electrical and gas appliances
The action or process of bringing something into operation
the appliance of science could increase crop yields
a device or control that is very useful for a particular job
durable goods for home or office use
The act of applying; application; An implement, an instrument or apparatus designed (or at least used) as a means to a specific end (often specified); Specifically: A non-manual apparatus or device, powered electrically or by another small motor, used in homes to perform domestic functions ( ...
(applianced) Furnished with appliances
(appliances) Networked devices such as printers, Java(TM) technology-enabled terminals, and clients, that are managed using applications built using the Java Management API (JMAPI).
(Appliances) are made up your braces (such as bands, brackets, archwires, hooks, tubes, headgear, facemask, rapid palatal expander (RPE)
(Appliances) Any device, attached to the teeth or removable, designed to move the teeth, change the position of the jaw, or hold the teeth in their finished positions after braces are removed.
(Appliances) A hardware-based device that performs one or more
(Appliances) Examples include a WC, sink, basin & bath, as well as a washing machine or dishwasher.
(Appliances) an instrument or device designed to carry out a specific task or function.
(appliances) The applicances are the resources to be managed. The resources range in size from a large server to a network element. A Java terminal can be thought of as an appliance as well as a DNS server. ...
No large appliances (i.e. window AIR CONDITIONERS) or services may be installed at the properties without the written consent of the owner.
A household device operated by use of electricity or gas. Not included in this definition are components covered under central heating, central cooling or plumbing.
Any device used to influence the growth or position of teeth.
The cost of a complete disconnect of an appliance at the originating residence and a reconnect of the appliance at the new residence. Covered appliances include washers, dryers, dishwashers, and refrigerators. ...
A piece of equipment, commonly powered by electricity, used to perform a particular energy-driven function. ...
A device worn by a dental patient during a course of treatment, but not as a substitute or reconstruction of oral or facial structures. For example, space maintainer, periodontal splints.
Anything your orthodontist attaches to your teeth that moves your teeth or changes the shape of your jaw.
any removable dental restoration or orthodontic device.
In dentistry, a device used to replace missing parts, to provide function, or for therapeutic purposes. They include dental prostheses, splints, and orthodontic appliances.
Energy-consuming equipment used in the home for purposes other than air conditioning, centralized water heating and lighting. ...
A device operated by electricity, oil, or gas, especially for use in the home or for performance of domestic chores.
Small item used to compensate for reduced functionality, such as a hearing aid or colostomy pouch.
A computer system in which all the software is selected and customized to support one primary task, such as providing a database service or running a Web application. ...