Simple

simple, plain, unmixed. Also, a single scoop of ice cream.
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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

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

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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simple

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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SIMPLE

[instant messaging protocol] SIMPLE, the session initiation protocol for instant messaging and presence leveraging extensions, is an instant messaging (IM) and presence protocol suite based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) managed by the Internet Engineering Task Force. Contrary to the vast majority of IM and presence protocols used by ...
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Simple

Unbranched or undivided, usually in reference to stems or leaves.
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simple

undivided, for instance a leaf not divided into leaflets (note, however, that a simple leaf may be entire, toothed or lobed) or an unbranched hair or inflorescence.
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Simple

An attack or riposte that involves no feints.
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