He stepped over to the privacy booth and then to the scanner machines.
But can a scanner the size of a TV remote really tell when that chicken goes bad?
For the record, the flight itself results in 100 to 1,000 times more exposure than the scanner that got you onto the plane.
Mike checked in at the 10th electoral district, got his ballot, made marks next to his choices and fed it into the scanner.
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Half an hour later, the scanner gave him another interruption pattern.
I'll get this scanner set up again, and we'll be ready to load out.
The ship lurched into a direction-change that threatened to wrench the hull apart, and the picture in the scanner reeled crazily.
James stopped talking, pulled out his scanner, stuck his face into it.
He peered at the scanner screen, then cried, "There he is, sir!"
1550s, "person who examines critically," agent noun from scan (v.). From 1927 as a type of mechanical device, in mid-20c. use especially of radar and medical devices; later of computer accessories.
1. An input device that takes in an optical image and digitises it into an electronic image represented as binary data. This can be used to create a computerised version of a photo or illustration.
A scanner may be linked to optical character recognition software allowing printed documents to be converted to electronic text without having to type them in at a keyboard.
2. lexical analyser.