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Captain Kirk, eat your heart.
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A $1,495 device, called Disto, uses a laser to measure and record a distance within 330 feet.
The upgraded model can transfer the measurement data to the computer.
The tool won the highest product sexual energy Award for Architecture magazine, whose editor, Linda Monroe, said, "it allows individuals to be single
The optional SketchUp ght software can easily measure the building size, but most importantly, it allows for seamless conversion of measurement data and errors
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A version of this article was printed on page C00003 of the National edition on July 18, 1996, with the title: current;