black box

  1. equipment that records information about the performance of an aircraft during flight
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  • All these artists will be showcased tomorrow night at the Diorama's Black Box Theatre, alongside a number of film and video screenings.
  • The Christmas variety show was amuch-anticipated event on the school calendar, a chance for the students to showcase their talents with comic turns, singing, banjo-playing and a greatnumber of disco-dancing routines, disconcertingly gyratory displays performed in skin-tight ensembles to the hits of the day: London Boys, Black Box, Big Fun. Hail, Hail, Rock'n'Roll
  • They were part of the black box associated with high-flyer management development.
  • He handed me a square flat black box with a white ribbon.
  • So another crew will come back to many neighborhoods to install the black boxes.
  • This network of sensors sends signals to a black box imbedded in the vehicle that controls seatbelt tension and air bag velocity which makes the crash much less jarring for all the occupants of the vehicle.
  • The reason it's so perfect is because it puts the fallaciousness of the IC argument in a nutshell: in Darwin's Black Box, Behe started with what he was claiming was an observable characteristic that showed evolution couldn't explain the structures. A Decade Spanning Single Exchange
  • Like a black box or tachograph, it also keeps a record of its measurements and could even contact the police or slow or stop the car.
  • It's already difficult to predict how technological objects will behave when their functionality is hidden in black boxes and radio waves.
  • The lights are positioned on the sides and back of the black box and periodically shone directly into my eyes.
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