Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To form a plexus.
- In physical chemistry, to acquire greater molecular complexity by having two or more molecules condensed into one molecule; become polymerized.
- n. In physical chemistry, the degree of molecular complexity, or of polymerization.
“Burris clearly states in the instructions that when sighting in or when hunting, if the ballistic plex is to be used you must turn power ring up to 9x.”
“= Initial Source = NPanday has been in development within codeplex since 2008.”
“Hi Chris, it's already in codeplex: www. codeplex.com / Ribbon”
“Documentation for Facebook API for Silverlight is not proposed in codeplex.”
“Also, nobody does any discernible work at this "plex," and after my BRA they simply wandered around in the sunshine enjoying their abundant corporate amenities and congratulating one another on being the future.”
“For example, the morning after Thursday's San Francisco BRA, I traveled south in order to visit the "plex" of a company famous for its popular search engine.”
“Jon thanks for your advice as well, I am looking at deals I can turn quickly but have also like the 14 plex which is a long term hold.”
“Jones wishes to acquire a four-plex which is bringing in approximately $1,000 per month.”
“Each building isn't particularly massive, but it's definitely a large network of separate buildings (hence the 'plex').”
“I had been hoping the club masters would allow us to enter at the Sunset Blvd. entrance, which has a staircase directly to the lower-level "plex" part of The Echo.)”
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Words gathered while reading Pale Fire.
short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
( personal list, randomness )
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