remote

A way to describe a place that is far away from other settlements.
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remote

[adj] - far apart in nature
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Remote

1) The controls that will control a tape machine with the operator at a distance from the machine.
2) The recording at the sight of a performance rather than in a recording studio.
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Remote

Not hard-wired; communicating via switched lines, such as telephone lines. Usually refers to peripheral devices that are located a site away from the CPU.
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Remote

Remote electrical, gas, or water meter digital readouts that are installed near the front of the home in order for utility companies to easily read the home owners usage of the service.
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Remote

Re·mote' adjective [ Compar. Remoter (-?r); superl. Remotest .] [ Latin remotus , past participle of removere to remove. See Remove .] 1. Removed to a distance; not near; far away; distant; -- said in respect
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remote

Separated from one another, separated by intervals or spaces greater than the ordinary. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Remote

• (superl.) Separated by intervals greater than usual. • (superl.) Not obvious or sriking; as, a remote resemblance. • (superl.) Separate; abstracted. • (superl.) Not agreeing; alien; foreign. • (superl.) Not proximate or acting directly; primary; distant. • (superl.) Not nearly related; not close; as, a remote connect
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remote

A way to describe a place that is far away from other settlements.
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remote

[adj] - far apart in nature
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Remote

1) The controls that will control a tape machine with the operator at a distance from the machine.
2) The recording at the sight of a performance rather than in a recording studio.
Found on http://www.testing1212.co.uk/a.htm

Remote

Not hard-wired; communicating via switched lines, such as telephone lines. Usually refers to peripheral devices that are located a site away from the CPU.
Found on http://www.flowmeterdirectory.com/flowmeter_technical_glossary/flowmeter_te

Remote

Remote electrical, gas, or water meter digital readouts that are installed near the front of the home in order for utility companies to easily read the home owners usage of the service.
Found on http://www.rookinspections.com/glossary/glossaryr.shtml

Remote

Re·mote' adjective [ Compar. Remoter (-?r); superl. Remotest .] [ Latin remotus , past participle of removere to remove. See Remove .] 1. Removed to a distance; not near; far away; distant; -- said in respect
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remote

Separated from one another, separated by intervals or spaces greater than the ordinary. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Remote

• (superl.) Separated by intervals greater than usual. • (superl.) Not obvious or sriking; as, a remote resemblance. • (superl.) Separate; abstracted. • (superl.) Not agreeing; alien; foreign. • (superl.) Not proximate or acting directly; primary; distant. • (superl.) Not nearly related; not close; as, a remote connect
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remote

A contingency with only a slight chance of occurring. In computer processing of information, a distant computer.
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Remote

(Adj) The adjective Remote is used to represent the distance between the issue and the reason where by highlighting the immateriality or rarest chances of its relationship. For example there is a remote chance of a death due to sunstroke during winter.
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remote

adj., adv. extremely far off or slight. Evidence may be so remote from the issues in a trial that it will not be allowed because it is "immaterial." An act which started the events which led to an accident may be too remote to be a cause, as distinguished from the "proximate cause." Example: While Doug Driver is passing a corner a friend calls out
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Remote

Widely separated.
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Remote

Remote electrical, gas, or water meter digital readouts that are installed near the front of the hom
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Remote

Separated by spaces longer than common.
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Remote

distant
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Remote

distant
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