nexus

A connection or link.

Nexus

[data format] NeXus is a common data format for neutron, x-ray, and muon science. It is being developed as an international standard by scientists and programmers representing major scientific facilities in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America in order to facilitate greater cooperation in the analysis and visualization of neutron, x-r...
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Nexus

[student magazine] In the late 90`s the magazine faced troubled times, caused mainly by the student union membership being made voluntary. ==Former editors== Former editors of Nexus have included Nandor Tanczos, Carl Watkins, Dawn Tuffery, Rosalind Case, Josh Drummond, Arthur Robinson and Anthony Hiron. Rosalind Case won Best Editorial Writ...
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Nexus

[standard] Nexus or IEEE-ISTO 5001-2003 is a standard debugging interface for embedded systems. == Features == The IEEE-ISTO 5001-2003 (Nexus) feature set is modeled on today`s on-chip debug implementations, most of which are processor-specific. Its goal is to create a rich debug feature set while minimizing the required pin-count and die a...
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nexus

a connection tie or link 
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nexus

[n] - a connected series or group
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Nexus

The Latin term 'Nexus' means, in a UK legal context: 'connection'.
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Nexus

Nexus: A connection or link. A causal connection. A connected series. 'Nexus' comes from the Latin 'nectere' meaning 'to bind.' The same Latin root gave rise to 'connect' and 'annex.' 'Nexus' achieved some currency as the title of a book by Henry Miller (1891-1980). Following 'Sexus' (1949) and 'Plexus' (1953), 'Nexus' (1960) completed Miller's 'Ro...
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Nexus

Connection
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Nexus

Nex'us noun [ Latin ] Connection; tie. « Man is doubtless one by some subtile nexus . . . extending from the new-born infant to the superannuated dotard.» De Quincey.
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nexus

A connection or link. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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nexus

noun a connected series or group
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nexus

(nek´sәs) a bond, as between members of a series or group. gap junction.
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Nexus

• (n.) Connection; tie. • (n.) Connection; tie.
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Nexus

A union or collection of items. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Nexus

A legal way to say casual connection.
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nexus

Type: Term Pronunciation: nek′sŭs Synonyms: gap junction
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nexus

(nek;sus) A bond between members of a group; the type of bonds present in single-unit smooth muscles.
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Nexus

[Charmed] A Nexus is a place equidistant from the five elements as explained in the TV series Charmed that is a source of great power and often a battleground for good and evil. There are several Nexus points of power scattered throughout the Charmed world, though rare, and the original most powerful Nexus was referred to as `The All`. The ...
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NEXUS

[frequent traveler program] NEXUS (formerly frequent traveler program and currently part of Trusted Traveler Program) is a joint Canada-United States program designed to let pre-approved, low-risk travelers cross the Canada–U.S. border quickly. Members of the program can avoid long waits at border entry points by using self-serve kiosks a...
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NEXUS

[rocket] The NEXUS reusable rocket was a concept design created in the 1960s by a group at General Dynamics led by Krafft Arnold Ehricke. It was intended as the next leap beyond the Saturn V, carrying up to eight times more payload. Several versions were designed, including 12,000 and 24,000 short ton vehicles with payloads of one thousand ...
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Nexus

[ensemble] Nexus is a Toronto-based percussion ensemble that performs jazz, world music, and western avantgarde music. The ensemble is made up of percussionists Bob Becker (mainly on xylophone and marimba), Bill Cahn (mainly xylophone), Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, John Wyre, and Garry Kvistad. Founding member Michael Craden died o...
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nexus

a connected series or group
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nexus

a bond; a linked group
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Nexus

[Process integration and optimization] Nexus is software for process integration. It is designed to solve multi-disciplinary and multi-objective optimization problems via a flowchart representation validated on the fly. Nexus is developed by iChrome Ltd., a British engineering and software company that specializes mainly in mathematical opt...
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