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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of duplex.


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  • You have one visual input, one audio input, both duplexed, and you're accessing news for perhaps an hour a day.

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  • What if they duplexed it and came up with an illness nobody had ever seen before?


  • When the matched DNA-PNA sequence passes through the pore, it produces a marked change in the electrical current passing between the two electrodes, a change that the investigators demonstrated is easily distinguished from unaltered double-stranded DNA, that is, DNA not duplexed with the PNA probe. - latest science and technology news stories

  • You can't do this with three-ring, that I can see, and it might actually be awkward with two Circa books duplexed, but this system of yours is really turning out to be quite the tool!

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  • A duplexed socket connection to the server sounds great on paper.

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  • Halo construction specialists will help you construct an optimal Halo conferencing environment, which includes specially designed sound absorbing wall coverings, fully-duplexed spatial audio with echo cancellation, a graphic eye lighting control system, and an executive table with chairs.


  • Using Linux desktops, the ability to print multiple pages on a single A4 sheet, duplexed, saves both ink and paper.


  • VOIP (voice, voice mail, routing), duplexed home telemetry (security and monitoring), backup and more in a very small from factor-turnkey solution for home using: a couple dual or quad core servers, a couple network security devices, a backup solution and a wifi access point.


  • A duplexed note page in the midst of a week, breaking the S-W and R-F apart.

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  • Basically, Half-Open Limit Fix increases the number of half connections (a requested, but not yet duplexed connection) by altering the Windows tcpip. sys file, which isn't editable with notepad or the like.

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