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laptop

a small battery-powered portable COMPUTER.
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The ceremony marked to hold third phase of lap-top distribution among DUHS students was attended by faculty members, deans of different faculties besides students.
"I'd encourage anyone with smart phones, lap-tops or computer tablets to install tracker software as, if those items are lost or stolen, they're much more likely to get them back."
also tested computer repair services at PC World and Currys and found they failed to fix a single lap-top.
The crook had stolen two lap-tops, a pounds 1,800 racing bike and a mobile phone in his latest crime wave.
Figures uncovered by Tory frontbencher Grant Shapps MP show that in the year until the end of last month, Government departments lost a total of 53 lap-tops - a quarter of which belonged to the Department for Health.
"An example of this would be where one of the criteria for promotion was an age limit, which meant that fewer women would be able to meet the job requirements than men, because of, say, child care responsibilities."qIFyou use a lap-top for work try these steps to keeping it safe.KEEP disks and lap-top separate, eg hand/checked-in luggage.INSURE all hardware and check the small print for travelling.COMPUTER cases are recognisable, go for something less obvious.BACK up data before you go abroad.
GANGSTER Paul Johnston is desperately hunting a lost lap-top detailing his underworld empire on the Costa del Crime.
A LORRY driver has been jailed for a year after he was left tied to a tree while helping to steal his own pounds 500,000 cargo of lap-top computers.
Most professionals report business deductions for use of their automobiles, lap-top computers and cell phones.
Need a new telly, a Psion, a lap-top computer, a video camera?
POLICE have stepped up their blitz on street robberies in Birmingham by launching a poster campaign warning people against using mobile phones and carrying lap-top computers.
He invested the pounds 1,500 prize in a lap-top computer.