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  • n. Plural form of node.

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Examples

  • Stems are erect or decumbent below or ascending from a creeping base, rooting at the nodes, smooth, glabrous and much branched, varying in height, from 1 to 2 feet; branches are short, slender and sometimes even capillary, with _nodes_ bearded or not in branches ending in solitary spikes, and completely glabrous when they end in binate spikes.

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  • Slide 27: use strict; use warnings; use String:: CRC32; my @nodes = @ARGV; my @keys = ( 'a'. .'z'); my \% nodes; foreach my $key (@keys) {my $hash = crc32 ($key); my $mod

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  • Am I right in thinking that each of your worker nodes is going to be responsible for simulating some contiguous part of a 2D planar world and communicating with the machines responsible for neighbouring parts of the world?

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  • Symptoms vary depending on what group of lymph nodes is affected.

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  • The reader comment on BoingBoing about the tor nodes is mostly bogus and uninformed.

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  • Mapping out the eight main nodes of nanotechnology discourse that have emerged in the past decade, we explore how various scientific, social, and ethical islands of discussion have developed, been recognized, and are being continually renegotiated.

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  • A tree node can have descendants, which can be other tree nodes, label nodes or table nodes.

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  • In academia, his specialty is graph theory, which examines networks of points -- called "nodes" -- and arrows connecting them -- known as "edges."

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  • A scale-out storage system is a single file system made up of independent devices - commonly referred to as "nodes" - each providing storage and processing resources to store and serve a portion of a customer's data.

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