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As for hunker. The long tome voice of Georgia football Larry Munson used hunker to great effect. It's an easy and worthwhile YouTube search. I'mean no particular fan of Bulldog football, but hearing Munson imp. ore his guys to "hunker down you Dawgs, hunker it down one time" can bring a smile to even this snooty North Easterner. I agree with everyone who called this charming.

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The account will be automatically charged for renewal unless auto renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the current subscription expires. You can manage your subscription and auto renewal by going to Account Settings. The features of Alfred Premium are associated with the account you use to log in to Alfred not your iTunes account, and are available to all devices logged in with the same account. Please refer to Alfred’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy here: haven’t had hardly any trouble with the app or the service. The only thing I wish it did was allow you to share cameras and give those you share cameras with full admin control over said cameras. So, if my wife is annoyed by constant notifications she has to text me and turn off the motion detection. Also, I never get reminders to turn the motion detection on or iff depending on whether I am home or not. I thought that was a free feature. Over all, I am super satisfied with Alfred. One question—why the app name change?!?DIY CCTV is really boring branding TBH. One more thing—there needs to be a way to turn of “phone is not charging” warnings.

 

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When wireless doorbell cameras activate, the person outside your home will have no idea whether you are on the other side of the door or on the other side of the world. Door and window sensors are contact motion sensors that trigger an alarm when the protected door or window opens. Like stand alone motion detectors, these can activate when you’re away from home or whenever you choose. For example, you may keep the window sensors always activated but deactivate the door sensors when you’re at home. These sensors can function as part of your security system or on their own, and they vary in size and design from tiny, sleek sensors to bulky and obvious. Sensors also vary in sensitivity. Some may trigger when the door or window vibrates versus actually opening. A carbon monoxide detector triggers when the level of carbon monoxide in your home reaches a dangerous level. Unlike other environmental dangers, you cannot see, taste, or smell carbon monoxide. These detectors can save your life and those of your pets. Carbon monoxide is released when you burn gasoline, wood, oil, charcoal, propane, and natural gas, so homes with gas appliances, chimneys, wood burning stoves, and connected garages have a higher need for carbon monoxide detectors.