from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of micro.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of microscopic, microscopical;
- n. of microscopy.
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Tom explains that there are also "high grade epilecs" at the Home, and "micros," with little heads no bigger than a fist, usually droolers, who live a long time; and "hydros," with big heads who don't drool, never grow up, and die young.
Then lots of other "micros" came out, and Software Arts worked on technology to make the code easier to port.
My question for those who A) have a higher degree in economics than me, and B) spend more than 10 hours per weak reading and thinking on such matters is: "Assuming the validity of the theory that a 25 credit boom has exisited and is now coming to an end, how are all of those 'micros' of the macroeconomic environment going to shake out?"
Try to get an apt close to the school though to cut down travel time in case you have to take micros or taxi.
This island is a cacophony of micros climates and eco-diversity.
Spock would feel very much at home with these micros.
Of course, micros like the Smart Fortwo aren't exactly ubiquitous on America's highways.
Like other micros they have a very environmentally sound mission.
I know of at least five trufi routes and three micros from my neighborhood to various parts of the city.
Microdevices promise a quantum leap beyond the abilities of normal machines because, starting with the first micros fashioned at Bell Labs in 1987, they are made of the same polysilicon and by the same techniques as computer chips.
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