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Button

A link to a file on a computer represented by a place the user can click with a mouse. A button may open a program, a directory or almost anything else contained in the computer. It may or may not be positioned on the desktop.
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Visitors can bring the robots to life by pressing buttons and winding handles, as senior curator Alison Plumridge is doing (above).
In fact I'd rather walk over broken glass to talk to someone than become one of those text-sending geeks who don't talk on the phone anymore, but sit there pressing buttons.
He walks by pressing buttons on a walking frame, which acts as a remote control for the chip that sends impulses to stimulate his leg muscles.
As he was rapidly pressing buttons to resolve my computer problem, I asked him what he thought about the plight of Michael Schumacher.
The biggest hurdle to overcome is talking to the right person after listening to menus and pressing buttons for the correct department.
at nursery by pressing buttons and is able to point to pictures to communicate.
Trying to hold the DS while scribbling furiously on the touch screen and pressing buttons to jump etc just doesn't work.
My children spent many a happy hour at Newhall Street, grandchildren as well - pressing buttons and seeing things working, with my husband busy explaining his favourite item was the beam engine.