Another had “cages, whips, and other apparatus hanging from the ceiling.”
The apparatus the Clintons have in place could be a bit rusty, so this dustup is a test run for bigger battles ahead.
But for a potential presidential candidate to have no apparatus for massaging the media is remarkable.
It is difficult to have perspective on a problem when you have been personally part of the apparatus.
Safety officials believe it snapped, sending both acrobats and apparatus hurtling 25 to 40 feet to the floor.
He thanked heaven for that as he tore away a boardlike piece of apparatus and jammed it over the leak in the jar.
This apparatus combines the functions of locomotion and respiration.
The pieces of apparatus were finished and, after paying for them Mark put the parts in the valise.
The apparatus as sketched will suffice for all ordinary work.
This and several other properties of conducting gas may readily be proved by the aid of the apparatus represented in fig. 5.
apparatus ap·pa·ra·tus (āp'ə-rā'təs, -rāt'əs)
n. pl. apparatus or ap·pa·ra·tus·es
An integrated group of materials or devices used for a particular purpose.
A group or system of organs that collectively performs a specific function or process.