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  • noun Plural form of mote.

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  • The room faced east and would be roiled in morning light, in webby sediment and streams of sunlit dust and in the word motes, which her mother liked to use.

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  • The room faced east and would be roiled in morning light, in webby sediment and streams of sunlit dust and in the word motes, which her mother liked to use.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • The room faced east and would be roiled in morning light, in webby sediment and streams of sunlit dust and in the word motes, which her mother liked to use.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • The room faced east and would be roiled in morning light, in webby sediment and streams of sunlit dust and in the word motes, which her mother liked to use.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • I would love the blog address too of where you will post the motes from the conference.

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  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN) consist of small battery powered electronic devices - often known as "motes" - which gather data from built-in sensors.

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  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN) consist of small battery powered electronic devices - often known as "motes" - which gather data from built-in sensors.

    Embedded Computing Design

  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN) consist of small battery powered electronic devices - often known as "motes" - which gather data from built-in sensors.

    Embedded Computing Design

  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN) consist of small battery powered electronic devices - often known as "motes" - which gather data from builtin sensors.

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  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN) consist of small battery powered electronic devices - often known as "motes" - which gather data from built-in sensors.

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  • The room was warm and goldenly lit, laboriously aswirl with motes. From "The Last Werewolf" by Glen Duncan.

    February 27, 2012