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- adj. Having fibers / fibres
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having fibers; made up of fibers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished with fibers; having fibers; fibrous.
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It is the Content Providers who would likely need to remain fibered in to overcome the speed deficiency in terms of their Upload speed to remain viable in that scenario.
By using so-called fibered knot theory, a branch of abstract mathematics inspired by everyday knots, Dennis and his colleagues created customized holograms and reflected a regular laser beam from them.
Plans are underway to deliver 'fibered' state-of-the-art data centers within Pacnet's Cable Landing Facilities in major
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The cords were attached, each ending in a many-fibered head that plugged into the brain jack.
The fashion world has discovered the exceptionally fine-fibered stuff only in the last six months, but pashmina has long been a status symbol in the East.
Most fully reversible and built from natural fibered vintage textiles.
The sheets I made turned out beautifully — more richly fibered lunaria pod paper.
The corridor walls curved into floor and ceiling, covered with a fine-fibered carpeting, tinted a soft, soothing green.
Pulp is short-fibered and used for paper production only when mixed with long-fibred pulp (Anonymous 1970).