Definitions
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
 preposition Mathematics With respect to a specified modulus.
 preposition Correcting or adjusting for something, as by leaving something out of account.
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 preposition mathematics Given a specified
modulus of.  preposition : (
colloquial ) Except for differences accounted for by.  preposition : (extended use) With due allowance for (a specified exception or particular detail).
 noun computing the
operation orfunction that returns theremainder of onenumber divided by another
Etymologies
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Examples

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

(ETN is in modulo 2, PP in modulo 1 ..... but you can walk between the two easily.)

For some reason though, I thought they were in modulo 1, but now that I think about it I could easily be confusing bus stations in central Mexico.
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