frictionless : Definition, Usages, News and More
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a lacking all friction
a perpetual motion machine would have to be frictionless
Most are former exotic dancers who were sick of the daily bump and grind and find the frictionless economy of the Internet a welcome relief.
There's another reason amnesia movies are everywhere: America is the land of amnesia, a frictionless meritocracy where anybody can start over at any time and work his way to the .
But since we have a frictionless pulley, and since the problem was posed by that eminent mathematician, Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), there would doubtless occur what is known .
Susan Decker in Forbes Susan Decker, the outgoing CFO who now heads the advertising and publisher group, describes it as being in Yahoo's "strong financial interest to make sure there is a widely adopted, neutral, frictionless exchange that enables publishers and...
Phil Zimmermann in San Jose Mercury News Zimmermann added, "Information wants to be free and flow everywhere. It becomes frictionless and there is a temptation to take advantage of it."
Sergey Brin in MarketWatch We think this is going to make internet on mobile as frictionless as it is on your desktop,Brin said.