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[dark matter experiment] SIMPLE (Superheated Instrument for Massive ParticLe Experiments) is an experiment search for direct evidence of dark matter. It is located in a 61 m3 cavern at the 500 level of the Laboratoire Souterrain à Bas Bruit (LSBB) near Apt in southern France. The experiment is predominantly sensitive to spin-dependent inte
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Simple

Pleasant, but lacking in complexity.
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Simple

Opposite of complex; straightforward.
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Simple

In general, it refers to a communications system that can transmit information in one direction only. In CCTV, simplex is used to describe a method ofmultiplexer operation where only one function can be performed at a time, e.g., either recording or playback individually.
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simple

[adj] - having few parts 2. [adj] - (botany) of leaf shapes 3. [adj] - not elaborate in style 4. [n] - (archaic) any herbaceous plant having medicinal properties
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Simple

an attack or riposte that involves no feints
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Simple

Not compound (leaves) or branched (stems, flower clusters).
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Simple

Sim'ple adjective [ Compar. Simpler ; superl. Simplest .] [ French, from Latin simplus , or simplex , gen. simplicis . The first part of the Latin words is probably akin to English same , and the sense, one, on
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Simple

Sim'ple noun [ French See Simple , adjective ] 1. Something not mixed or compounded. 'Compounded of many simples .' Shak. 2. (Medicine) A medicinal plant; -- so called because each vegetable was supposed to possess its particular vir
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Simple

Sim'ple intransitive verb To gather simples, or medicinal plants. « As simpling on the flowery hills she [ Circe] strayed.» Garth.
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simple

Undivided, of a leaf, not divided into leaflets, of a hair or an inflorescence, not branched. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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simple

adjective unornamented; `a simple country schoolhouse`; `her black dress--simple to austerity`
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simple

noun any herbaceous plant having medicinal properties
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simple

adjective (botany) of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions
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Simple

• (a.) Homogenous. • (a.) A feast which is not a double or a semidouble. • (a.) A medicinal plant; -- so called because each vegetable was supposed to possess its particular virtue, and therefore to constitute a simple remedy. • (a.) Without subdivisions; entire; as, a simple stem; a simple leaf. • (a.) Not capable of being
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Simple

(from the article `Hughes, Langston`) ...and militancy of the 1960s. Hughes translated the poetry of Federico García Lorca and Gabriela Mistral. He was also widely known for his comic ...
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Simple

[album] Simple is the debut solo album by Oxford singer-songwriter Andy Yorke, released in 2008. ==Track listing== ...
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Simplé

Simplé is a commune in the Mayenne department in north-western France. ...
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Simple

Simple is a servant to Slender.
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simple

not divided into several more or less similar parts, contrasted with compound.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sim′pĕl Definitions: 1. Not complex or compound. 2. In anatomy, composed of a minimum number of parts. 3. A medicinal herb.
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Simple

A leaf with a single blade, undivided, unbranched, not compound.
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Simple

a leaf that has one part, not subdivided into leaflets
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Simple

[philosophy] In contemporary mereology, a simple is any thing that has no proper parts. Sometimes the term `atom` is used, although in recent years{when?|date=January 2010} the term `simple` has become the standard. Simples are to be contrasted with atomless gunk (where something is `gunky` if it is such that every proper part has a further
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Simple

[abstract algebra] In mathematics, the term simple is used to describe an algebraic structure which in some sense cannot be divided by a smaller structure of the same type. Put another way, an algebraic structure is simple if the kernel of every homomorphism is either the whole structure or a single element. Some examples are: The general p
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