Plesio is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Como in the Italian region Lombardy, located about 70 km north of Milan and about 30 km northeast of Como. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 833 and an area of 17.0 km². Plesio borders the following municipalities: Cremia, Garzeno, ...
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1) Tyrannian captain; sea division
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Nearness, similarity. ... Origin: G. Plesios, close, near ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. Nearness, similarity.
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Plesiobaena is an extinct genus of turtle which existed in the Belly River Formation, Canada during the late Cretaceous period (Campanian age). It was first named by Lambe, L. M. in 1972 and the type species is Plesiobaena antiqua. ...
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Plesiobalaenoptera is an extinct genus of rorqual whale which existed in Italy during the late Miocene epoch. The type species is P. quarantellii. It is the oldest known rorqual from the Mediterranean basin. Fossils have been found from sediments of the Stirone River in northern Italy that were dep...
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This category is for Israeli military casualties, using the military definition of casualty: All persons lost to active military service, which includes those killed in action, killed by disease, disabled by physical or mental injuries, captured, deserted, and missing. Minor wounds that do not prev...
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Plesioberyx is an extinct genus of prehistoric bony fish that lived during the Cenomanian. ...
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Plesiochoffatia is an extinct mammal of the Upper Jurassic. It was a relatively early member of the also extinct order Multituberculata. It was a resident of Portugal during the "age of the dinosaurs." It`s in the suborder "Plagiaulacida" and family Paulchoffatiidae. The genus Plesiochoffatia ("nea...
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(communications) Nearly synchronised, a term describing a communication system where transmitted signals have the same nominal digital rate but are synchronised on different clocks. According to ITU-T standards, corresponding signals are plesiochronous if their significant instants occur at nominall...
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Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
(communications) (PDH) A transmission system for voice communication using plesiochronous synchronisation. PDH is the conventional multiplexing technology for network transmission systems. The transmitter adds dummy information bits to allow multiple channels to be bit interleaved. The receiver di...
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Plesiochronous difference - In telecommunications, if two digital signals are plesiochronous, their transitions occur at nearly the same rate, with any variation being within preset limits. EXAMPLE: If two networks are working together their clocks may be using two different Primary Reference Clock...
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A mode where the essential characteristic of time scales or signals such that their corresponding significant instants occur at nominally the same rate, any variation in rate being constrained within specified limits.
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plesiochronous Derived from the Greek plesio, 'near, close', and chronos, 'time', and refers to the fact that plesiochronous systems run in a situation when different parts of the system are almost, but not quite perfectly, synchronized. Almost synchronous refers to a transmission where the sending...
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The term Plesiochronous is derived from the Greek plesio, meaning near, and chronos, time, and refers to the fact that plesiochronous systems run in a state where different parts of the system are almost, but not quite perfectly, synchronised. According to ITU-T standards, corresponding signals are...
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Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
The Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH) is a technology used in telecommunications networks to transport large quantities of data over digital transport equipment such as fibre optic and microwave radio systems. The term plesiochronous is derived from Greek plēsios, meaning near, and chronos, t...
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qualifying two time-varying phenomena, time-scales, or signals in which corresponding significant instants occur at the same rate, any variations in rate being constrained within specified limits NOTE - Corresponding significant instants are separated by time intervals having durations which may var...
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a non-synchronized network in which clocks are designed to have high accuracy and stability, such that signals are plesiochronous NOTE - The network effectively operates for long periods as if it were a synchronized network.
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Plesiocidaris durandi is an extinct species of sea urchin. Including its spines, the creature was 13 cm (5 in) wide. Its remains have been found in Drâ el-Ahmar, near the Atlas Mountains in Oran, Algeria. A Commander Durand found the fossils there in 1870 and sent them to French paleontologists. T...
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Plesiococcolepis is an extinct genus of prehistoric bony fish. ...
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Plesiocyanophrys is a genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. ...
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Plesiocystiscinae is a subfamily of minute sea predatory sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks or micromollusks in the infraorder Neogastropoda. The genus name from which this subfamily name is taken is derived from the Greek plesios, near, in the sense of plesiomorphic, of characteres near the anc...
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Plesiocystiscus gutta is a species of minute sea snail, a marine gastropod in the family Marginellidae, sometimes instead placed in the eponymous family Cystiscidae. This species is sometimes known simply as "Cystiscus gutta``. == See also == This species is endemic to São Tomé and Príncipe. ......
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Plesiocystiscus josephinae is a species of minute sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Marginellidae, sometimes placed in the family Cystiscidae. This species is sometimes known as Cystiscus josephinae. Also see the article on the genus Plesiocystiscus. This species is endemic to Sã...
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Plesiocystiscus is a genus of minute sea predatory sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks or micromollusks in the family Cystiscidae. ==Etymology== The genus name is taken is derived from the Greek plesios, near, in the sense of plesiomorphic, of characters near the ancestor, combined with Cystiscus...
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