He listened to the demo in the car on his way home from the party.
I played that demo for them on my phone and they laughed out loud.
In any case, that the American demo teams failed at Omaha because of heavy casualties is a fact.
A six-month-old will mimic a demo 24 hours later, and a 15-month-old baby will remember this after a four-month delay.
Mottola was at a party in 1988—and still married to his first wife—when he was handed a demo tape by singer Brenda K. Starr.
Although no one has gotten a chance to play the system in their own homes, in demo environments the new Kinect has impressed.
The demo tape she sent in was in a bag she had covered with stickers of hearts and stars.
On the other side the rock rises sheer and steep, and in it is hollowed out a semi-circular cistern called the demo.
This word comes from the Abracadabra: "demo," lungs; "crazy," to rule; hence, to rule by caloric.
Debra finished up and stepped off the stage to a polite round of applause, and they started the demo.
: the Dem boss/ Demo congressmen
A Democrat (first form 1840+, second 1793+)
: Let's try the demo disk
/de'moh/ 1. A demonstration of a product, often of an early version or prototype. A demo is a far more effective way of inducing bugs to manifest themselves than any number of test runs, especially when important people are watching.
2. demo version.
3. A program written to demonstrate the programmer's coding ability and/or the power of the computer it runs on. Such demos are nearly always written in machine code and traditionally feature scrolling text about the author, his friends, his code and anything else he fancies and animated graphics.