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  • adj. Having multiple paths, channels or configurations


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multi- +‎ way


  • And how motivating can it be to participate in a one-way process, especially when the internet makes multiway communication and collective deliberation so energizing and empowering?

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  • Forty-five minutes later, the field is down to 498, and Mike, thanks to a hand where he was allowed to limp into an unraised multiway pot from the little blind, holding only 7-4 suited, was able to triple up by flopping two pairs.


  • The analyzers and jammer are equipped with state-of-the-art triggering capabilities, including four concurrent sequencers of 26 states each, multiway branching and looping, and 32 counters and timers.

  • NYSDOT can conserve the corridor as a high-capacity arterial while restoring Olmsted's vision by filling the trench of the highway and replacing it with an at-grade, lower speed, multiway boulevard.

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  • Olmsted designed multiway boulevards, themselves based on the boulevards of Paris and Berlin, to accommodate large amounts of traffic and create central recreational corridors connecting parks and public spaces.

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  • Patent number 7499969 involves an user interface for multiway audio conferencing.

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  • My main cash this month was from a €50 double chance (I thought it was a rebuy tbh when I reg'd) and lost my first stack within the first 20 mins or so, overplaying top 2 in a multiway pot when the turn fills lots of obvious draws.

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  • Adobe Flash Media Interactive Server 3.5 offers powerful streaming with a flexible environment for creating and delivering rich, interactive, multiway social media experiences to a broad audience.


  • Server sprawl: To duplicate the might of a single, multiway, multicore Xeon server might require dozens or even hundreds of Atom servers.

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  • Using log-transformed data with signal intensities > 80, only 19 probesets were found to be significantly differentially expressed in a multiway ANOVA (smoking, age, gender, cohort, race, CAD (i.e. case vs. control) and CAD-index as fixed factors or random effects, respectively) (table 2).

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