Plano

[n] - a city in northeastern Texas (suburb of Dallas)
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Plano

Plano: In practical optics, a surface that has been worked flat.
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plano

<microscopy> In optics, an optical surface which has been made substantially flat, the degree of flatness depending upon the performance required. ... A plano-convex lens is a positive lens with one surface flat and the other convex. In the dictionary, plano is given only as a combining form, but in practical optics it is often used alone to ...
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Plano

noun a city in northeastern Texas (suburb of Dallas)
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Plano

city, Collin and Denton counties, northern Texas, U.S., located about 16 miles (26 km) northeast of Dallas. It is situated in a region of blackland ... [1 related articles]
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Plano

Plano (plā'nō) , city (1990 pop. 128,713), Collin co., N Tex., less than 20 mi (32 km) NE of Dallas; inc. 1873. In a farm and livestock area on the blackland prairie, Plano is a booming financial and commercial center, with headquarters of many large national corporations. Among its ...
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Plano

[Amtrak station] ==History== The building currently being used as the Amtrak station in Plano, Illinois was constructed in 1913 by Eidelgeorge Reuter and Company of Aurora, Illinois. Amtrak service began here on April 30, 1972.{rp|251–252} ==Services== Currently, four Amtrak trains stop at Plano per day. These serves are the Illinois Zeph...
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