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Adopting TaaS requires no investment or lock-in. Consumers can try it with ease and increase usage as their comfort level increases. Even in suburban and rural areas, where wait times and cost might be slightly higher, adoption is likely to be more extensive than generally forecast because of the greater impact of cost savings on lower incomes.

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If the aforementioned concern seems relatable, you can set a numeric PIN on your Galaxy Watch, or choose a pattern lock, to keep your Galaxy Watch 4 more secure. To do so, follow this path on your Galaxy Watch 4: Settings > Security > Lock Type. On the Lock Type page, you can choose between a PIN or pattern lock that is essentially a 33 grid of connecting dots.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 improved in key areas from the Galaxy Z Fold 3. It is lighter, packs a better primary camera, and has improvements under the hood. However, it is not perfect. Namely, the battery life isn't quite where you'd expect it to be and the crease is, well, still here.

While the 64-inch Villain models come with an unusual 29 x 9-14 CST Stag tire in the front and a 27 x 11-14 CST Stag in the rear, the 72-inch SX10 WX has a square tire combination with matching 3010-14 CST Stag 8-ply tires on all four corners. This is a nice specification, and we appreciate the matching tires. The tires are mounted on beadlock 14-inch aluminum wheels.

The Villain features a front differential that allows seamless switching between 2WD and 4WD. The front differential lock can be switched manually while moving. Being able to engage front diff lock on the fly is a nice touch. We did find obstacles that called for diff lock, and it works well for climbing tricky obstacles.

Doors on both sides latch easily and stay secure while driving. They are not full half doors but have a lower door opening. A nicely profiled and fitted molded plastic roof is standard. For a vehicle in this price range, it has an impressive electronics package. In addition to the digital screen-type meter, there is a large center-mount touch screen as well. The center display allows the owner to access real-time data from the vehiclethrough the Smart Commanding System (SCS). Through a feature called AirLock you can activate your vehicle by Bluetooth through your mobile phone. You can also use the APP(cellular data) to unlock the car remotely with your mobile phone as the key. Only one phone can be linked to the car, and you still need to use the start button to fire up the engine. You can set various drive and display settings. EPS was one of the options you could control. Safety alerts are also available. Set up emergency contacts within the app. In the event of a collision or rollover, the app will automatically send an SMStext to your contacts with your GPS coordinates! Real-time data is also displayed. That includes speed, acceleration, torque and power output, mileage and other vehicle data.

A 9 by 4-inch digital dash has a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, tripmeter, clock, hour meter, gear indicator, fuel gauge, coolant temperature, voltmeter, service indicator and codes as well as a seat belt reminder. The cab includes a DC outlet and a USB charge port.

This electric cargo bike is equipped with a powerful Bafang mid-motor (80Nm). This allows you to ride comfortably and silently through the streets. The Cangoo Keewee is not afraid of hills! With the 7-speed Shimano transmission and the 3 levels of assistance, you can be sure that you are always riding in the right gear. Furthermore, the hydraulic disc brakes bring you and your fellow passengers safely to a stop. The Keewee has been specially designed to transport children. Entering the basket is only possible from the right side, so your children can enter from the pavement or another safe place. In addition, the Cangoo Keewee comes with a beautiful hood, ensuring that your children can sit dry and wind-free.

There are many different accessories available for the Cangoo Keewee that make it easier and more comfortable to use. For example, you want to be able to safely leave your cargo bike with peace of mind. There are various locks available for this purpose, which ensure that you can safely leave your cargo bike behind and that the chance of your cargo bike being stolen is small. There are also various phone holders available for your cargo bike. You can easily and quickly attach the phone holders on the handlebar of your cargo bike. This way you can navigate and drive at the same time.

ACTING AREAThat area within the performance space within which the actor may move in full view of the audience. Also known as the playing area.This term is also used to describe the smaller subdivisions of the main stage area which are lit separately by the lighting designer (e.g. 'The stage is split into 6 acting areas, 3 downstage and 3 upstage').An Acting Area Rehearsal (also known as a Blocking Rehearsal) involves the actors running through their moves around the set, and less focus on the quality of the characterisation. (Also the name of an early Strand down-lighting floodlight - it was called an Acting Area Flood, and was colloquially known as 'Ack Ack' or 'A.A.').

BLOCKINGThe process of arranging moves to be made by the actors during the play, recorded by stage management in the prompt script. Positions at the start of scenes are noted, as are all movements around the stage (using terms such as 'Gardener X DSL' meaning the Gardener crosses to downstage left.) It must be described in minute detail, but simple enough to enable anyone to read and understand it. As well as being used to 'run the show' the prompt book is also used for the rehearsal of the understudies. Stages which are not end-on must often use alternative notation, sometimes based on the clock face or the points of a compass.Blocking Notation

CENTRE CENTRE(CENTER CENTER in the USA) - the position in the centre of the stage space. Downstage Centre (DSC) is the position at the front of the stage, Upstage Centre (USC), and Centre Stage (CS) or CENTRE CENTRE is the centre. House Centre / House Center is the centre line of the auditorium (which is usually the same as that of the stage).Blocking Notation

CLEATPiece of timber or metal for tying off a rope line by taking a turn around it, followed by a series of figure eight turns and a locking tuck(s) made in the final turn. Used when flying or for holding scenic pieces together with a cleat line.Submitted by Chris Higgs

CROSS(Blocking) An actor move from one side of the stage to the other (or from one area to another). A Counter-Cross is a move made by another actor to even out the stage picture. A Straight Cross is a move directly across the stage in a straight line.

CYC STRETCHERA wooden block with a tightenable bolt through it, threaded-through by a rope, used to clamp to the offstage edges of a cyclorama cloth with the rope tied to an offstage fixing, ideally above head-height. Enables wrinkles in the cloth to be removed, and also helps to minimise cloth movements caused by air currents (doors opening, actors walking past etc).

ELEVEN O'CLOCK NUMBER(from Wikipedia) The eleven o'clock number is a big, show-stopping song that occurs late in the second act of a two-act musical, in which a major character, often the protagonist, comes to an important realization.

FIRE EXITParticular exit(s) from a building designated by local authority fire officer to be the correct means of escape from a part of the building in case of fire. It is the responsibility of all staff and performers to ensure that all fire exits are kept clear, unlocked and accessible at all times.

IN THE ROUNDTheatre in the Round is a form of audience seating layout where the acting area is surrounded on all sides by seating. There are often a number of entrances through the seating. Special consideration needs to be given to onstage furniture and scenery as audience sightlines can easily be blocked.Stage managers and directors often use the idea of a clock face to describe actor positions on stage (e.g. the aisle nearest the technical point is described as the 12 O'clock position, with other aisles described as 3, 6 and 9 O'clock.)See also ARENA, THRUST, END ON, TRAVERSE.

KEY SHEETA method of communicating the changes in blocking / stage arrangements over time by taking a photograph of each 'key moment' and then presenting them, like a photographic contact sheet, as a series of photos in a grid on a single sheet, known as a Key Sheet. The same concept is used in animation (where a series of key frames is designed by the lead animators, and then the gaps between are filled in by less-skilled animators (known as In-Betweeners).

PROMPT DESKThe control centre of the show. The desk should contain most of the following: a clock, low level lighting, a flat surface for the prompt script, communication facility to other technical departments, a phone for emergency, rear and front of house calls system and cue light controls.

QUARTER RIGHT / QUARTER LEFTAn actor facing towards the rear corner of the auditorium, rather than full-front. Quarter right is towards the stage right side (house left) and quarter left is stage left (house right). Three-quarter left or right is when the actor is facing the upstage corner of the stage, with most of their body away from the audience. This terminology is used when stage management are describing actor blocking, and when a director is asking an actor to face the audience slightly more.See also CHEAT OUT. Blocking Notation

REHEARSAL(from Latin hirpex - 'large rake used as a harrow'. Rehearse means 're-harrow', or to 'go over again'. It originally meant 'to repeat' (mid 14th century). It wasn't until the late 16th century that it came to it's modern meaning.)A session when actors are called to work through some scenes from the play in private.Types of Rehearsal:The initial phase consists of a Readthrough, when the entire company and technical staff hear the play read by the actors straight-through, as written in the script. Blocking Rehearsals follow the readthrough(s) and involve working through the play scene-by-scene with the actors and director looking at movements and on-stage positions / physical relationships of the actors. They also may involve character analysis and discussions about the emotional development of the characters as the plot progresses. The set should be marked out on the rehearsal room floor, and stand-in furniture (either generic tables & chairs, or rehearsal blocks) is used where relevant. This is sometimes known as an Acting Area Rehearsal. Once the blocking is worked out, and the actors know what they're doing, the performance is said to be 'Up on its' feet' - it is able to be run through, and the technical team and designers can watch rehearsals knowing they're seeing the bare bones of what will become the finished performance.A Line Run (also known as Line Bash) is a speed run of just the actors' lines, to enable them to feel confident that the text is correct (and remembered). Polishing Rehearsals follow, once the actors are secure with their movements through the play, and look at the nuances of character and how lines are delivered in more detail, along with any physical sequences. The Director works with the actors in small groups, rather than having the entire company called to each session. A series of Technical Rehearsals (often shortened to Tech Rehearsal) are the first time when technical elements (lighting, set etc.) are combined with actors. The actors should be secure in their character, blocking, physical actions etc by this point, and the technicai crew work on integrating all of the technical and physical aspects of the show. Dress Rehearsals (or Dress Runs) are performances of the show as it will be on opening night, with all technical elements up-to-speed and working correctly, including full costume and make-up. The stage management team use these rehearsals to ensure any scene changes and technical aspects work reliably, repeatably and safely, and the actors ensure they can perform as required at full speed, and that none of the technical elements cause them any problems. 041b061a72

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